August 1, 2014

iWatch rumors say two sizes, more than $1000, and flexible displays

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Apple’s rumored iWatch has gotten some pretty interesting details according to a variety of reports surfacing on the web, and they imply the iWatch may be a high-end fashion accessory.

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has often been accurate in predicting Apple’s movements in the past, suggests that the iWatch may cost upwards of a few thousand dollars.

Kuo also expects there to be several different materials for the iWatch, suggesting there will be numerous variants, all probably at different price points. Along with the price, Kuo believes the iWatch will come in two sizes: a 1.3-inch and 1.5-inch display, of which the displays will be flexible curved AMOLED screens.

It is expected that Apple will launch their rumored iWatch at their WWDC 2014 conference amongst stiff competition from Android Wear.