Apple fans who wanted to have a good look at one of the most awaited wearables of this year – iWatch – will have to wait for some more time to get their hands on the smartwatch.
The Cupertino technology giant has already sent out the invitations for its September 9 event where it is expected to unveil the iWatch along with next generation of iPhone – iPhone. However, many people are going to be disappointed after hearing it that Apple is going to give just a glimpse of the iWatch and the device will not be available in stores until next year.
According to a new post from ReCode, which has been talking about iWatch very confidently very often, “We’re unlikely to see it (iWatch) at retail until after the holiday season — think early 2015.”
This is not the first time someone is talking about the late arrival of Apple iWatch. Ming-Chi Kuo, the analyst of KGI Securities had also suggested the same some time ago. Kuo has been predicting Apple related developments and strategies very successful.
Kuo had earlier said that due to component related constrains Apple will not be able to ship its iWatch until early next year.
Apple’s iWatch is supposed to be health and fitness oriented wearable that will work with new Health Kit and Health Apps to work as fitness tool for users. It is said to have bio-metric features that will allow you to collect your health data and share directly with your doctor and healthcare provider.