Apple Watch could be severely limited due to manufacturing issues
Apple’s entry into the world of wearables has been quite a spectacle and it has been discussed over and over again on different platforms and after a long wait things were confirmed finally on September 9th when Tim Cook took the wraps off the iWatch. We finally got to see the design of the watch along with some of its important specs in the marketing video of the watch which according to Tim Cook is going to be released in 2015. You would have to drop your hopes in case you were expecting to see the smartwatch in this holiday season.
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According to the speculations of Chinese website Feng, the iWatch is scheduled for release sometime in February next year. The marketing efforts have already begun for the iWatch in which the company is consistently trying to convince the potential consumers that the watch is going to be more than just an ordinary smartwatch. And the watch isn’t just an item for technology but Apple is doing its best to push their gadget as a fashion device and its presence at Parisian Colette Boutique earlier in the week is an evidence of this approach.
Similar to the iPhone 6 Plus, the iWatch is also expected to encounter some issues in the manufacturing processes and this is why the initial supplies of the Apple Watch could be severely limited.
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