Apple is rumoured to be using flexible OLED displays for its iWatch prototypes
The iWatch is rumoured to be Apple’s first foray into wearable technology, the iPhone maker’s response to Google Glass, the Samsung Galaxy Gear and the myriad of other smart wearable devices poised to hit the consumer space in 2014. The iWatch – as a concept, at least – has been on the cards for a LONG TIME now, and while Apple’s tight security has lapsed somewhat over the years, we’ve still yet to see any solid leaks of the actual device or what type of features it will support.
And now we have something pertaining to confirmation that Apple is indeed developing an iWatch. According to a report in the New York Times, Apple CEO Tim Cook has been overseeing the development of an iWatch since taking over the reigns from the late Steve Jobs.
Details on Apple’s long rumoured smartwatch have been sparse over the past few months but a report from Korea is starting the ball rolling again. The report states that LG Display will exclusively produce displays for the iWatch.