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The Cupertino company is expected to launch several new devices this year. iWatch is one of them. It is one of the most anticipated products of this year. As we know it will be a wearable device. Now we came to know that it will come with a new battery. According to 9to5mac, iWatch will include flexible battery packs. They have received this information from Patently Apple. As we know the current iOS device includes lithium-ion battery, but it is not flexible. If we try to bend this battery, then it will get broken.
If the report comes true, then we will be able to see a new battery in the watch. The source has also claimed that the company will use a new battery in this product. It will not get broken while bending the watch. If you are a big fan of Apple products, then you must be waiting to purchase this device. The source has claimed that multiple cells will be used in the flexible battery. It will also include multiple layers. It will be a great competitor of Sony smart watch. A source has recently claimed that it will come with 1.5-Inch OLED Display. It is expected to include Bluetooth support. This device may be very popular among users. Foxconn has already received order from the Cupertino company to manufacture this product.
Still no word from the Cupertino company regarding the battery that will be used in this device. It is expected that soon they will provide some information about it. You can read SMS on this device after connecting it with your phone. It will be very interesting to use this device as it will allow users to answer call. This feature will make it more popular than Sony smart watch. You should note that Sony smart watch does not allow users to answer call.