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iWatch already in production, according to supply chain sources

iWatch already in production, according to supply chain sources

The highly anticipated iWatch is already in production, according to sources in China. The purported news brings us information on a launch timeframe, as well as how many units Apple hopes to move. We also find information on manufacturing, hinting that the device could be slimmer that its competition.

iWatch rumors point to Q3 2014 launch and UV light sensor

iWatch rumors point to Q3 2014 launch and UV light sensor

Some new Apple iWatch rumors are making the rounds this week including one that suggest that the device could have a UV light exposure sensors inside. That sensor would allow the watch to monitor the UV exposure of the wearer and warn them when the potential for sunburn was high. Reports indicate that the sensor used in the watch could come from Silicon Labs.

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iWatch team tried poaching Swiss watchmakers claims boss

iWatch team tried poaching Swiss watchmakers claims boss

Apple has reportedly tried to bolster its "iWatch" wearable team with Swiss watchmakers, with the chief of at least one well-known brand accusing the Cupertino firm of trying to poach its talent. The drive for engineers and other experts in wearable tech has already seen Apple add sleep researchers to its iWatch project, but supposedly saw its efforts to recruit staff from Hublot rebuffed.

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Smarter Siri with 3rd-party app integration could power iWatch

Smarter Siri with 3rd-party app integration could power iWatch

Apple's Siri is reportedly set to get a whole lot smarter, with the virtual assistant tipped to dig into third-party apps to extend its functionality on the iPhone and iPad, and perhaps upcoming wearables like the much-rumored iWatch. While Apple boosted Siri's abilities in iOS 7, adding the ability to post Twitter messages, pull information out of Wikipedia, and more, delivering results in a more lifelike voice, the system is still limited to a small subset of apps available for iOS devices.

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Apple iWatch may predict heart attacks insiders claim

Apple iWatch may predict heart attacks insiders claim

Apple's "iWatch" wearable could predict heart attacks by tracking blood-flow from the noise it makes in arteries, new sources claim, along with further chatter of talks between Apple and Tesla, suggesting the Cupertino firm could be looking to significantly expand its footprint. The health wearable would use pioneering audio technology to track blood turbulence, it's said, differentiating between healthy flow and the sound of blood struggling to get past the plaque build-up that can lead to coronary failure.

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iWatch tipped as Apple job listing pulled: physiologists wanted

iWatch tipped as Apple job listing pulled: physiologists wanted

Until a few minutes after it was published elsewhere on the web, Apple had a job listing up which suggested they were in search of physiologists for fitness and energy tests. This listing suggests that Apple is working more deeply than in the past on athletic programs - this in turn teasing the possibility that Apple could be getting closer to releasing a fitness-centered app of their own - tied to the iWatch, of course.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/3/2014: Xbox, iWatch, COD, BMW 4 Series

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/3/2014: Xbox, iWatch, COD, BMW 4 Series

This weekend was rather interesting - and not just because we had a Super Bowl. SlashGear released a couple of reviews of odd products, and made with a new hands-on of a gaming product you're going to be baffled by without a doubt. Here you'll also notice that SlashGear is dipping a lot more into the gaming universe - an especially lively place as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 were released on the tail end of 2013, and a rather exciting place with players like NVIDIA releasing game-changing products over the past several months like NVIDIA G-Sync - stay tuned as we continue to get graphics-intensive through the future, too.

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