Goophone Wil Release IWatch Clone Before Apple

Posted: Jul 21 2014, 12:27pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

Goophone Wil Release iWatch Clone Before Apple
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The renowned Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Goophone had produced world’s first ultra-genuine iWatch

The Economic Daily News reported on July 16 that Apple is going to introduce its first wearable device in this third quarter of this year which has arrived. The iWatch from Apple is going to have three different variants and two different sizes. With all its competitors reaping the benefits of the growing wearable industry, Apple has finally entered the segment with its high end smartwatch which is going to feature a Sapphire glass screen.

The most recent news says that Apple is going to launch one 1.6-inch iWatch and two 1.8-inch ones and out of these, the higher end ones will be enjoying the luxury of having the stronger sapphire glass screen. An analysis report was recently published by Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty in which it was stated that Apple’s first wearable would be priced at 300USD and these smartwatches will enter their mass production stage in the month of November. With this in mind, the launch date for the iWatch could possibly be delayed to next year.

It is being said that the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Goophone has produced the first ultra-genuine iWatch according to all the concepts which have so far been disclosed on the Internet. The product is a first gen for Goophone and its codename is C1. The design of the smartwatch makes use of ultrathin aviation aluminum.

source: goophone.

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