iWatch connected watch continues to be an inexhaustible source of rumors, especially since Apple has not mentioned anything during the WWDC 2014 keynote. Japanese media suggest the presence of a curved OLED display and sensors for monitoring of health and fitness.
It is the turn of the media to discuss the Japanese Nikkei shows connected for Apple iWatch that supposed to concoct even if the Californian brand didnt mention anything during the opening keynote of the WWDC 2014 event.
It has been argued that the iWatch will run on iOS 8, including the system of HealthKit for monitoring the health and physical activity. According to sources, the iWatch will have a curved OLED touch display and will have various sensors to monitor the consumption of calories, sleep quality, blood glucose or oxygen levels in the blood.
It will also be capable of displaying notifications, as a companion to a mobile device. The Nikkei positions its launch in October 2014 and says, like some earlier rumors, Apple is very confident in the success of its product.
It is anticipating the delivery of 3 to 5 million units monthly, or more than the sales of watches sold last year. This assurance of successful sales is linked to committed partnerships to support HealthKit and management of the resulting medical data.
The agreement with Nike should also give access to the market for accessories for the fitness and well-being. The ease of use of the iWatch watch and harmonized functioning in medical institutes could be the main drivers of its success in the market.