One of the much awaited device of all times by Apple has been the so called iWatch. The iWatch is expected to debut along with the two new iPhones on the 9th of September this year. According to recode.net, the wearable device will also have iPhones health Tracking Tools which will be a part of the iOS 8.
Forbes further tells us that the watch will keep a track of health of its owner and transmit the data to the medical personals and Apple has specially hired experts in sleep research, medical sensors, fitness and lobbying the FDA.
“We are not even sure that it will be called iWatch” says a writer at recode.
The device will also make use of Apple’s Homekit API. It will be interesting to see that how the device will incorporate Homekit and Healthkit features in it. Previously the device was expected to be launched on Apple’s annual iPad event in October but it seems the watch is getting nearer to your wrist as we move toward second week of September and the iPhone fans may get to see both the new iPhone and the iWatch on the same date.
iWatch will be a potential success for Apple if it goes on the same lines as other Apple products and it will be a revolutionary product from Apple after the iPod, iPhone and iPad.