Software giant and the current smartphone battle front-runner Apple is keen to manufacture as many as five million Apple Watch units from its suppliers as the date for its much anticipated and long-awaited smartwatch iWatch is going to make its debut is coming nearer.
According to the speculations, the first installment of these high-end watches will be the ‘inexpensive’ model under the name of Apple Watch Sport. The wearable is predicted to bear a price tag of almost £300 in the UK.
Apple Boss Tim Cook has mentioned that he’s already placed the early model of iWatch on his hands.
Cook also claimed the that engineers and developers of this device are on the way to design new apps known as ‘Glances’ – which will enable users to experience and view those apps on their hand wrists.
This impressive feature will allow users to initiate calls from their wrists, along with the freedom to use daily routine apps like email, pairing with iPhones via Bluetooth.
The gadget is claimed to be maneuvered by a classic watch-style Digital Crown, which rolls you via screens as if you’re winding a typical wrist watch.
The provision of Digital Crown in the upcoming iWatch will also let user to scroll, zoom, and call Apple’s Siri voice assistant – and the watch enables you to make calls right from your wrist, as well things like sending a reading of your heartbeat, which is incredible and brilliant.
Another source from Mac World has claimed that the iWatch is projected for a commercial launch at nearly £300, as per Apple’s normal pricing scales.