It looks as though the iWatch may be unveiled a month earlier than initially reported

We’ve already seen what Google has to offer with its Android Wear operating system. Android Wear was first announced back in March, while smartwatches from Samsung and LG running the mobile OS were launched in July. Next week, we’re scheduled to see a second wave of new Android Wear devices from Motorola, LG, and ASUS.
Two weeks from now, we may see the official unveil of Apple’s much rumored entry into the wearable devices market. A new report from John Paczkowski of Re/code states that Apple will unveil the “iWatch” alongside the 4.7” and 5.5” iPhone 6 on September 9. Most earlier reports have suggested that the iWatch would be unveiled sometime in October at its own separate event, but perhaps Apple feels that there is plenty of room on stage for both an fresh iPhone reveal and a whole new product category for the company.

The iWatch will be highly integrated with HealthKit, which was announced as a new feature in iOS 8. Paczkowski also suggests that the wearable will be integrated with HomeKit, although its relationship with that framework remains a bit murky. 

Source: Re/code

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