There's no shortage of rumors about Apple's anticipated upcoming wearable, the so-called iWatch. We've heard a lot regarding this oft-fabled offering, and latest among them comes from Taiwanese newspaper Economic Daily, which speculates about the variations we can expect.
As with rumors surrounding the iPhone 6, it is said the iWatch will be coming in two sizes, with the smallest being on its own and the larger size being offered in two variations. According to Economic Daily, the smallest of the bunch will have a 1.6-inch display.
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From there, the two higher-end models will both have a 1.8-inch display, but only one of them will utilize Sapphire glass for the display. That Sapphire model in particular will set up the launch for the larger of the two iPhone 6 models, according to the sources.
Contrary to the latest batch of estimations that have surfaced, the sources that spoke to the Economic Daily say all three models will be launched in Q3 of this year. New touch sensors supplied by TPK will be used with the smartwatches, say the sources.