“Consumers eyeing an Apple iWatch could see one on their wrist sometime in the second half of the year,” Lance Whitney reports for CNET. “Apple is expected to give the signal to the supply chain this month to start cooking up components for the much-rumored iWatch, says Citi’s Glen Yeung.”

“With parts suppliers ready to kick off production, the analyst sees a second-half launch as ‘increasingly likely’ for Apple’s high-tech watch,” Whitney reports. “‘We believe iWatch is in a greater state of readiness, with the supply chain now waiting for the production go-ahead from Apple,’ Yeung said in an investors note released today.”

Whitney reports, “A story from Bloomberg said that the iWatch is slated to roll out as soon as this year.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]