The first Apple wearable device will be launched in the month of October this year according to reports. However, this report has come from an unidentified source, which was reported by Nikkei.
Apple wearable device
The US-based company has set the mark to manufacture at least three to five million devices already. If this figure is taken into account it goes beyond the global sales of the devices like Smartwatches. The reports that came from Nikkei were due to some unconfirmed sources, which were the supplier of the parts among them.
The specifications of the Apple wearable device aren’t finalized yet. However, work is on in full swing for the same. But according to the report, the device may have organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display.
Apart from this, there could also be sensors, which gather data about health as well as blood glucose. The sensors will also keep a track of your calorie consumption. It can also keep an eye on the oxygen levels in the blood.
But the question is how Apple can bet to manufacture so many devices and what’s the reason for their confidence? Apple has actually joined hands with Cleveland Clinic, U.S and Mayo Clinic. There are also other partners like the health institutes that are based in various parts of the United States.
There was also a report from Re/code, which said that Apple may come up with a special event organized especially for this launch that will be a launch pad. This comes close on the Healthkit app that was showed off during the WWDC recently.
As always Apple has denied commenting on any of these reports as they have been doing in the past. Apple never gave any importance to the news or rumors in the market about their products or releases.
So, keep your fingers crossed for the first Apple wearable device!