It looks like we have to wait for some more time until we see Apple’s much awaited and rumored iWatch. According to noted KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the company will start the mass production of the iWatch in November, reports 9to5Mac.
Apple filed for iWatch trademark in several countries last year, and the rumors about the company’s first iWatch started flowing in since then. Recent rumors revealed that the iOS 8 would have Healthbook fitness app, which can also collect data of a person’s blood pressure, hydration levels, heart rate with the help of iWatch. Continue reading “Apple reportedly hires sleep expert for iWatch”
Qualcomm announced its own smartwatch known as the Toq at its annual developer conference UPLINQ 2013 in San Diego just before IFA 2013 in Berlin and we were lucky enough to meet folks from Qualcomm at IFA including Rob Chandok who is President of Qualcomm Internet Services and SVP of Qualcomm Technologies. We were indeed surprised that we could get our hands on the Toq Smartwatch. This Smartwatch seems pretty interesting compared to other similar products like the Samsung Galaxy Gear and Sony SmartWatch 2. Qualcomm has been working on the product for over 2 years and this is evident from the build quality and design of the product. Feels very premium and thought out. The best part is the Mirasol display which translates to great battery life and sun light visibility. Watch our hands on video below –