Analysts have pegged the device anywhere between $250 and $350.
Reuters says the iWatch will have “a large 2.5-inch, slightly rectangular” display.
Of course all the buzz and speculation, which will continue throughout the summer, is crucial to Apple’s marketing plan. The buzz must reach a fever pitch just before the launch of Apple’s new wearable device, and it’s looking like it will.
VentureBeat’s own sources have confirmed that the iWatch will support multiple sensors in its band, and feature a sleek, aerodynamic screen.
The new device will be the first category-defining product in the Tim Cook era, and prove to be a make-or-break product in Cook’s legacy. It might answer the question of whether not Apple still has the vision thing, or if it’s just running on fumes after the death of Steve Jobs.
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