Apple is expected to unveil smartwatch in October


Apple seems to be keen to intrude the next level of innovation by releasing the much-talked and much-awaited wearable time piece. Apple is anticipated to reveal its inaugural smartwatch in a media event hosted in October, this year.

John Gruber, Apple follower, meanwhile believes that Apple will unveil its first-ever wearable device very shortly. Gruber is also of the opinion that US handset maker is going to declare the wearable at the iPhone 6 opening ceremony next month.

In addition to this, other watchers suggest that Apple’s wearable device will surely be a timepiece (presumably dubbed as “iTime”), rather than the speculated bracelet-like fitness band. The website 9to5Mac claims that Apple has employed renowned players such as Kobe Bryant and a plethora more athletes to examine the upcoming intelligent wearable device’s fitness capabilities, as Bryant was seen on the Apple campus at the start of this year.

Gruber has an authentic track record with Apple speculations. His previous reports have been right on the money while predicting the prototype size of the iPad Mini alongside the 2013’s two flagship iPhone variants, the iPhone 5S and 5C.