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Apple’s iWatch Coming Next Month says Apple pundit John Gruber

Aug 9 2014, 12:38pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple’s iWatch Coming Next Month says Apple pundit John Gruber
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No confirmation as to whether or not it will be announced alongside the iPhone 6

Though we have been hearing about Apple’s iWatch since a very long time, we still haven’t gotten around to any hardware related leaks thus far but it is already being taken into the tech world as a unicorn. Till this point some had even been arguing whether the iWatch was a reality concept or just a myth we all attached with Apple considering how the competitors have already made their way well into the smarwatch world. However, a recent report confirms that this iWatch is a real concept and we are almost approaching its announcement date and release.

The veteran Apple pundit John Gruber, who is an expert at this, has suspected that we could see the iWatch bear fruit as early as the next month which is the same time when the iPhone 6 is coming around. But there has been confirmation regarding whether or not this Apple smartwatch will be announced alongside the smartphone. As Gruber puts it, “It looks like Motorola’s designers tried to draw as much attention as they could to the 360’s stupid flat-tire display shape. The only way this could get funnier would be if it doesn’t even ship until after Apple announces their wrist wearable thing next month.”

 

Considering him as the tech prophet, we are taking Gruber here for his word but one thing still has us all surprised that why isn’t there any leak from the hardware aspect. One safe bet would be to assume that the manufacturing of the iWatch is not taking place in China and that explains why it hasn’t easily been leaked.

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