Apple IWatch Will Come In Three Different Models, Two Sizes

Posted: Jul 16 2014, 1:11pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple iWatch Will Come In Three Different Models, Two Sizes
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There is said to be a slightly smaller variant of the iWatch packing 1.6 inches of display real estate

The Apple iWatch has been on the headlines since quite some time now and it was high time for the fruit company to make their space in the blooming wearables industry which has already been taken over by biggest rival Samsung and another tech giant Google. By this time we all agree that we are going to get the iWatch this year and we have recently got a report from Asia which although doesn’t provide any solid information on the availability, but does shed some light on the multiple models that Apple is said to be preparing.

An article from the Economic Daily News says that the 1.8-inch iWatch model is going to have two configurations with a higher-end, more robust edition bolstered by a scratch-resistant sapphire glass shell on the front. The next gen iPhone 6 is also said provide the same stability with its sapphire glass and this suggests that this report might be believable. However, the report also implies that the iPhone 6 will not, in fact, benefit from the ruggedness and increased clarity that a sapphire glass front panel would provide. Apple is saying that instead it will use this material to test the iWatch. There is also going to be a slightly smaller variant of the iWatch with 1.6 inches of display. Though we have gotten a good handful of information on the gadget, we are not sure if we are going to set eyes on the wearable anytime soon.

source: Fudn

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