News: rumours are mounting that Apple is working on a wearable smartwatch that would link up to an iPhone.
Top image: the LunaTik watch, designed to hold an Apple iPod Nano
A Chinese technology news website has claimed Apple is working with chip maker Intel on a watch with a 3.8-centimetre OLED screen, which would use Bluetooth technology and Apple’s voice assistant Siri to communicate with the wearer’s iPhone to send text messages, emails and status updates.
Citing unnamed supply chain sources in China, where Apple manufactures most of its products, TGBUS said the product is expected to come out in the first half of 2013.
While rumours from Chinese suppliers often turn out to be unfounded, partly because manufacturers sometimes develop products in the hope Apple will take them up, technology bloggers believe the arrival of an Apple smartwatch would be a timely response to consumer demand for an iOS-compatible watch.
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