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Good news for Apple product lovers. You will be able to purchase a new Apple device in next year. Apple is preparing to unveil a new device named “iWatch” in 2013. According to MacRumors, TGBus has reported that Apple will launch iWatch in the 1st half of next year. It will include 1.5-inch OLED display and Bluetooth support. TGBus has also reported that iWatch will be designed by Intel. Currently, Apple is working with Intel to manufacture this new device.
TGBus has reported that the display of iWatch will be manufactured by RiTdisplay. According to TGBus, iWatch is similar to Sony smart watch. If you are a big fan of Sony, then you might have heard about Sony smart watch. Recently Sony had launched this smart watch. Users can connect Sony smart watch with their Android smartphone, then they can read SMS and email using this watch. According to TGBus, iWatch will work in similar way. Users can connect their iPhone with iWatch, then they can read SMS and email on this watch. Users can also answer call using iWatch via Siri. This feature is not available in Sony smart watch. This feature will make iWatch more popular than Sony smart watch. It will be very interesting to use iWatch as it will allow users to answer call after connecting their iPhone.
Still no word from Apple regarding iWatch. If the report comes true, then Apple will launch iWatch in 2013 to compete with Sony smart watch. It is expected that iWatch will be a popular device just like iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Apple is also expected to unveil iPad mini 2 and iPhone 5S in next year. You have to wait until the 1st half of 2013 to buy iWatch. We are hoping Apple product lovers will definitely buy iWatch. Will you buy this new device?