Apple's 'iWatch' To Have Two Sizes

Posted: Sep 5 2014, 8:09am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple's 'iWatch' to have two sizes
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iWatch with multiple material & color options for 2015 launch

According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple has been preparing two to four different options for their casing material. This was mentioned on his note on Thursday which was issued for the investors and a copy of it was also given to AppleInsider. We are also expecting the fruit company to unveil a gold option similar to its following of the iPhone 5s which will also ultimately make its way to the iPad Air as well.

Some people would be more concerned about the inside technical stuff rather than the outer appearance of the iWatc. Moving on to that area, the smartwatch is going to pack inside 8 gigabytes of internal storage and 512 megabytes of built-in memory. Though Apple has a wide range of options for its customers as far as the capacities are concerned but it appears less likely for the iWatch. But we do have options for the sizes. From what we have made from all the previous leaks, the Apple smartwatch is expected to ship in two sizes, one with a 1.3-inch display and another with a 1.5-inch display.

It is still a matter of a debate when we will get the iWatch but we are hopeful that we will see the smartwatch at Apple’s September 9th event. As Kuo says, the fruit company has been facing "both software and hardware design challenges” and this could mean a possible delay in its mass production.

source: appleinsider

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