Analyst Expects Apple to Launch iWatch in September At $200
After the end of the annual Apple?s Worldwide Developer Conference and the presentation of two new operating systems, iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, by the Cupertino company, we can pay attention to the upcoming products. One of the most anticipated among them is iWatch, a smart watch; rumors about it have been around for a very long time.
According to Brian White?s recent analytical report, Apple is going to introduce this watch in September, along with a next-generation iPhone:
As a result of studying the issue during the last Computex 2014 exhibition in Taipei, we concluded that the launch of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will be held in September, and the 5.5-inch version of the smartphone will be released around the same time in September or October. Moreover, our study shows that the launch of iWatch is likely to happen in September at a very affordable price.
Mr. White is sure that the Apple watch will cost about $200. We can?t call this price “quite affordable”, but iWatch won?t be too expensive either (of course, if the predictions will come true).
Meanwhile, Nikkei, a Japanese publication, says iWatch will be released in October. They also point out the significant forecasted production (which may indirectly refer to a relatively low price) and medical features of the device. The watch will supposedly feature an OLED-display; it will be able to measure the glucose level in blood, count calories burnt and monitor sleep phases.