In production from November Apple iWatch
The Apple iWatch, which gave some rumors coming in October, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who has had many well-aimed estimates, is expected to enter mass production in November, perhaps in time to arrive just before Christmas. The cause of the delay is the complexity of assembly of components ranging from AMOLED screen with sapphire glass integration with iOS. In the fall, the estimation of the units produced by 2014, only three million.
The clock smart of Apple, according to the entries received so far, also includes a waterproof case and innovative design contains a number of new technologies for company, including the sensor system. The length of time could also be linked to the certification required by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the regulatory body of the healthcare Use for apps related to health and medicine.
The device should also include an advanced maps and be deeply integrated with the operating system iOS8, arriving in the fall, and the software Health Kit what, precisely, to the medical and fitness app. According to Ming-Chi Kuo iWatch will be announced at the ‘keynote’ in October and will hit stores in time for the upcoming Christmas season.
As for the iPhone 6 rumors continue to talk about a launch around September 24 to 25. And according to the Chinese website Laoyaba, which reports sources close to the production version of the iPhone in the ‘higher’ would also have a system of tactile feedback, designed especially for visually impaired users.