“Apple’s wearable iWatch is expected to come with a 1.7-inch OLED display for men’s watches and a 1.3-inch OLED screen for women, David Hsieh, DisplaySearch’s Vice President of the Greater China Market, said at a conference today in Taiwan, citing Apple sources,” Kim Ji-hyun and Shin Ji-hye report for The Korea Herald.
“Apple has not officially announced the launch, but the iWatch ― Apple’s first wearable device ― is expected to be rolled out as early as the end of this year, given CEO Tim Cook’s latest remarks confirming new product categories,” Kim and Shin report. “It is yet to be confirmed whether the displays will be flexible but sources said it was a possibility.”
Kim and Shin report, “Meanwhile, other likely features of the new iWatch may include being lighter and more energy-efficient than its rivals. ”
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