The announcement the other day that the iPhone 6 event would undoubtedly be held on September 9th was preceded by numerous reports that the iWatch would likewise be making a look on the same date. However while it was initially suggested that the business’s first smartwatch would be launched in October, it is now being reported that we’ll just be getting a simple preview of the gadget, and that it won’t, in truth, hit retail outlets up until next year.


This is a significant blow not only to those who were wanting to see the iWatch this side of the vacation, but likewise to Apple, considering that it will certainly permit the impressive-looking efforts from LG, Motorola and others to beat the Apple gadget to the draw. This updated info shows up courtesy of the folks Re/code, who were first to pin a certain date on the iPhone 6 occasion in the very first location.

It was likewise Re/code that very first recommended that the iWatch would be a subject of discussion at stated keynote, with most experts recommending that we wouldn’t see it until the fall, so with Re/code now returning and clarifying that the wearable won’t deliver up until next year, we’re more than inclined to believe it.

The idea of the iPhone 6 and iWatch launching along with each other was certainly possible, although it did also toss up a couple of issues from a retail perspective. After all, the iPhone 6 looks set for a dramatic cost hike over the present flagship model, and with the iWatch poised for a share of the sapphire glass display upgrades, it’s not exactly going to be inexpensive, either. So while it will definitely discouragement specific quarters of the on-looking tech world to see but not touch the iWatch – – or iBand as some are also dubbing it – – spreading the delivery durations out does offer customers time to conserve.

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KGI expert Ming-Chi Kuo, who is typically at the leading edge of Apple-centric conversation, has actually likewise noted just recently that he believes the iWatch will most likely launch early 2015, so while it’s looking less than likely that we’ll be able to buy the gadget any time quickly, we’ll be watching out for any additional info.

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