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Alleged schematics claims to show iWatch parts, tech specs and design

Now that we are about 24 hours away from the unveiling event of iPhone 6 and rumored iWatch, an anonymous Reddit user has posted some images of what he claims to be the CAD drawings of Apple’s upcoming wearable gadget. The user has not only posted the schematic drawings, he also shared specifications of the […]

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Apple to live stream iPhone 6 event on September 9

Apple updated its website on Thursday announcing that they plan on live streaming the September 9th media event, which kicks off at 10:00AM Pacific Time. This new page live on Apple.com shows a countdown timer that expires just before the launch time of the iPhone 6 media event.

Apple considering $400 price for its high-end iWatch

An earlier report claimed that Apple will be announcing its wearable iWatch alongside next-generation iPhone 6 during an event being held on September 9 at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, but it won’t be shipped until early next year. Now a new report from Re/code claims that the high-end iWatch model […]


iWatch to come in two sizes: 1.7 inches for men and 1.3 inches for women [Rumor]

David Hsieh, an NPD DisplaySearch analyst, claims that Apple’s long rumored iWatch will be available in two different sizes: 1.7 inch display for men and the other with a 1.3 inch display for women. Before this, Hsieh had briefly talked about iWatch that there’s a possibility of two display sizes with a 320 x 320 flexible AMOLED […]

iWatch Concept with Maps Interface [Gallery]

Martin Hajek, a popular 3D artist, has shared an interesting new batch of renders conceptualizing how Apple’s rumored iWatch might integrate with the Maps app (Google and Apple) on your iPhone…

Apple Apparently Testing 1.5″ iWatch Screens

According to Macotakara, a pretty accurate Japanese blog, Apple is now evaluating tiny screens for its rumored smartwatch, dubbed as iWatch by the media. The report claims that Apple is currently testing 1.5 inch OLED screens for their first wearable product.