Apple will unveil a new “watch-like wearable” – otherwise known as the fabled iWatch – in October this year, according to unconfirmed reports.
Japanese news service Nikkei has cited “industry sources” who say that the device will use a curved OLED (organic light-emitting diode) touchscreen and connect to users’ smartphones to feed in health-related data.
These will reportedly include calorie consumptions, sleep activity, blood glucose, blood oxygen levels as well as data on physical activities. All of this would tie in with Apple’s recent launch of HealthKit – a new platform aimed at pulling together various streams of data.
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