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Swatch denies any involvement with Apple on iWatch tech

07/24, 9:53am

Says it only supplies some components to mobile phone makers

Swatch has quickly denied a report that it's working with Apple on iWatch-related projects, according to Reuters. A spokeswoman for the company claims that the report is unfounded, and that the only involvement Swatch has with phone makers is supplying various components, such as integrated circuits. Apple's iWatch is expected to ship in the fall.

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Rumor: Apple working with Swatch, Timex, more for 'iWatches'

07/23, 11:16pm

Collaboration, if true, could bring diversity of styles and models

Though Swatch is perhaps best-known these days for pooh-poohing the idea that Apple's forthcoming "iWatch" health device would "be a revolution," a new rumor from anonymous sources claims that the Swiss watchmaker may be among other watch firms working with Apple to bring the "iWatch" technologies to a wide range of co-branded devices for different markets. While such collaborations would be unusual for Apple normally, the company has been opening itself up to more partnerships lately.

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Kobe Bryant confirms meeting with Apple designer Jonathan Ive

07/22, 12:12pm

Says meeting involved company's product creation process

In a new TV interview, LA Lakers player Kobe Bryant confirms that he did recently meet with Apple design head Jonathan Ive. Talking with Bloomberg, though, Bryant makes no mention of the iWatch or other future Apple products. Instead he says that he has been talking to leaders across industries to learn more about the product creation process, since he is moving into business as he comes to the end of his basketball career.

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Apple patents smartwatch concept with gesture, proximity features

07/22, 10:05am

Suggests basic and rejected iWatch capabilities

The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a comprehensive patent titled Wrist-worn electronic device and methods therefor, which describes a number of the ideas the company has since integrated into its upcoming iWatch. The concept watch -- in diagrams referred to as the "iTime" -- would, for instance, be able to connect to devices like iPhones, iPads, and desktops. An unusual suggestion though is that it might be dependent on a special wristband, equipped with technologies such as accelerometers, GPS, haptic feedback, biometric sensors, and/or wireless receivers.

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Apple's iWatch coming in two sizes, three models, rumor claims

07/15, 12:09pm

Says sapphire will be reserved for most expensive model

There are three different versions of the iWatch planned for launch this fall, claims Taiwanese publication the Economic Daily News. The main distinction is said to be between models with 1.6- and 1.8-inch displays. The latter, though, is expected to come in two forms, one with sapphire coating and the other without.

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Apple snatches up TAG Heuer vice president of sales Patrick Pruniaux

07/06, 2:07pm

Luxury brand hire brings another executive into the Apple fold for the iWatch

Last week, Swiss luxury-watch marker TAG Heuer reportedly lost a key person in its sales division to Apple. In an interview with CNBC, LVMH's head of watch brands Jean-Claude Biver confirmed that the company recently lost an executive to the iPhone manufacturer. Sources confirmed that the executive was Vice President of Global Sales and Retail Patrick Pruniaux.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook talks voice messaging in analyst meeting

07/02, 3:44pm

Fuels speculation of voice messaging on iWatch

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently advocated voice messaging in a private talk, according to a new memo by UBS analyst Steven Milunovich. "When we visited with Tim Cook, he said that walking down streets in China one sees people speaking into their phones sending voice rather than text messages," the note reads . "Porting this capability to the [i]watch makes sense as it is easier to send a voice message from a device already on the wrist than pulling out a phone. It also could aid penetration of China, which Cook said has a ways to go."

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Apple tapping pro athletes to test iWatch under intense conditions

06/20, 5:08pm

Kobe Bryant, Dustin Brown among celebrity testers

Apple is using professional athletes to help test the iWatch's fitness functions under intense training conditions, a source says. The person claims that Apple has invited NHL, NBA, and MLB players to its Cupertino campus on multiple occasions during the past several weeks. While there the people have been briefed on the iWatch, and given a chance to participate in testing.

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Reports peg multiple iWatch models, plethora of sensors

06/20, 9:25am

Apple allegedly aiming for FDA approval

Apple is working on several different models of the iWatch, which will have 10 or more different health-related sensors, claims the Wall Street Journal. The paper has little more information, but does say that the device could arrive as soon as October, and that Apple is trying to distinguish the product from other smartwatches by making it significantly different from a smartphone. The Journal backs up a Thursday report that Quanta will be the main manufacturer, but says that production will only begin "in two to three months," instead of July.

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Apple iWatch coming in October, already in trial production at Quanta

06/19, 4:19pm

Third report pointing to October timeframe

Taiwanese firm Quanta has started on trial production of the Apple iWatch, and will enter mass production in July in advance of an October release date, sources tell Reuters. One person says that the watch will "likely" have a 2.5-inch rectangular display, protruding slightly from the wristband in an arched shape. The device is also expected to have a touch interface, and be one of Apple's first products with wireless charging.

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Apple iPhone 6 likely to have barometer for altitude, weather tracking

06/18, 2:58pm

Feature may come to iWatch, new iPads as well

The iPhone 6, iWatch, and/or new iPads will likely have a barometer for tracking altitude and local weather, code in the iOS 8 and Xcode 6 betas suggests. Updated CoreMotion APIs make explicit reference to an altitude-tracking framework, and check if a device supports it. The iPhone 5s fails this test, even though a number of existing iOS apps attempt altitude measurements using GPS and Apple's M7 motion co-processor.

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Apple stocking enough sapphire for iWatch, two iPhones

06/16, 9:02am

GT Advanced facility up to over 2,500 furnaces

Apple should have enough sapphire to cover the displays of both the iWatch and its 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhones, claims Seeking Alpha's Matt Margolis. Based on supply chain checks, he suggests that GT Advanced's Mesa, Arizona sapphire plant -- which is dedicated to Apple -- will have "ample supply" for all three devices this year. "Additionally, the maximum sapphire screen capacity of the Mesa facility is likely to exceed 200m annual units," he writes.

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Apple wins patent on weightlifting tracking system

06/10, 10:48am

Could theoretically integrate with iWatch, Health app

The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a patent on a weightlifting tracking technology, says AppleInsider. The patent is actually titled Shoe wear-out sensor, body-bar sensing system, unitless activity assessment and associated methods, and was first filed in 2006, but since then Apple has removed claims related to the shoe sensor and unitless measurement concepts. The company appears to have made the most drastic changes after a version of its patent application was published in early 2013.

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Second report backs October date for iWatch

06/06, 2:14pm

Announcement planned for that month, not September, sources say

The iWatch is indeed on track to ship in October, as suggested by Nikkei, sources tell Re/code. The people say that while things could change, Apple is currently planning to showcase the device during a special event that month. Unmentioned by Re/code is whether the watch will actually ship in the same timeframe.

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iWatch due in October with iOS 8, curved OLED screen, report says

06/06, 9:21am

Apple allegedly planning 3-5 million units per month

The iWatch will ship in October with a curved OLED touchscreen and a modified version of iOS 8, sources tell Japanese business publication Nikkei. The people say that Apple is finalizing the device's specifications, and back claims that the watch will use an array of biometric sensors to track factors like sleep, calorie consumption, and even blood oxygen and glucose levels. One parts manufacturer says that Apple is planning to manufacture somewhere between 3 and 5 million iWatches per month, which could make it the most prolific watch in the world.

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Apple iWatch component production said to be starting later in June

06/05, 3:54pm

'Sharp acceleration' happening towards fall

Production of some iWatch components will start later this month, says Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White. The claim originates from a meeting with a technology supply chain firm. White adds that there are "plans for a sharp acceleration" of manufacturing going into the fall.

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Luxshare delivering wireless charging coils to Apple for iWatch tests

05/29, 10:58am

Could simplify iWatch power issues

A Shenzhen-based Apple supplier, Luxshare, has sent wireless charging coils to Apple for certification, reports out of China say. If Apple approves them the coils will allegedly be used in the iWatch, which is expected to ship sometime in the second half of 2014, depending on how production progresses. The claims may back a report from December that said Apple wants to build wireless charging into the iWatch. That same rumor hinted that people might be able to keep a charging station as far as a meter away.

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iWatch will have round face design, sources claim

05/28, 10:59am

Apple follows in steps of Moto 360

The Apple iWatch will use a round face design instead of a rectangular one, says Rosenblatt Securities analyst Brian Blair. Blair recently returned from a trip to Taiwan, where he says he picked up the iWatch information from supply chain sources. The design is said to be similar to that of the Moto 360, but with a "slimmer profile."

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Apple solar patent updated to cover multitouch and flexible displays

05/20, 10:09am

Could allow solar charging to be built into iPhone, other devices

The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a modified version of an existing patent on integrating solar panels into mobile devices. Under the updated patent, solar cells could be inserted into multitouch or even flexible displays, simply included as another layer in the the display's surface. Apple's design might require the cells to be facing back into the device however, meaning that they would need fiber optics or parabolic mirrors to channel light to them.

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LA Lakers' Kobe Bryant seen on Apple's Cupertino campus

05/16, 9:43am

Bryant reportedly met with Jonathan Ive's design team

Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant was spotted with his wife Vanessa yesterday at Apple's Cupertino headquarters, a photo from an anonymous source reveals. The source of the photo also claims that the couple met with Apple's lead designer, Jonathan Ive; rumors hint that the topic was about upcoming products. Either assertion is difficult to verify, but it's relatively rare for celebrities to be seen at Apple's campus, suggesting that Bryant wasn't there on a casual visit.

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Apple contemplates 'full health and fitness services platform'

05/05, 10:45am

Would be based on App Store, allow medical apps tied to iWatch

Apple is considering developing a health and fitness services platform modeled on the App Store, an anonymous executive with a mobile health company tells Reuters. The person says he learned the information when he recently met with an Apple executive from the iWatch team. While it's unclear exactly what the platform would entail, in theory it might allow third-party companies to develop mobile medical apps specifically geared toward the iWatch and/or iOS 8.

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Swatch says it plans to fight Apple 'iWatch' trademarks

05/05, 9:36am

Blocks attempted against other past iWatches

A representative for Swatch says that the company will attempt to block Apple attempts to trademark the "iWatch" name, according to Watson. The Swiss watchmaker has an "iSwatch" line of watches, and claims that Apple calling its product the iWatch could cause confusion. US filings indicate that Swatch has blocked attempts by other entities to trademark "iWatch" in the past.

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No plans to show iWatch or new Apple TV at WWDC, sources claim

05/02, 2:31pm

OS X 10.10, iOS 8 to be core focus

Apple will not show the iWatch at June's WWDC, nor will it premiere a fourth-generation Apple TV there, sources allege. The company is even expected to skip previewing an anticipated Apple TV software update. Instead Apple will reportedly concentrate on OS X 10.10 and iOS 8, much like it did Mavericks and iOS 7 last year.

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iWatch already in production in small numbers, sources claim

04/29, 3:00pm

Precise ship date still a mystery

Apple suppliers have already begun small-scale production of the iWatch, claim supply chain sources for the China Times. It's said that Apple expects to launch the watch in the second half of 2014, but a more precise date isn't mentioned. It is however indicated that the device will use system-in-package chip design instead of printed circuit boards, saving space but potentially slowing down production. If a SIP component fails tests, the entire chipset has to be tossed out with it.

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Nike CEO hints at future collaborations with Apple

04/25, 3:49pm

Speculation leaning towards involvement with iWatch

In a new CNBC interview, Nike CEO Mark Parker says he is "excited" about where his company's relationship with Apple will go, something that may hint at new products. Parker is mum on specifics of collaborative possibilities, but says that in terms of the wearable fitness device industry, Nike will focus on software instead of hardware, integrating it into both Nike's products and that of its partners, with the aim of growing the Fuel brand.

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Apple uses shell company to register iWatch trademarks

04/22, 1:22pm

Brightflash already pursuing trademarks in dozens of countries

Apple appears to be using a shell company, "Brightflash USA LLC," to covertly register iWatch trademarks around the world, reports say. The firm is registered in Delaware, and has been tied to past trademarking efforts by Apple. The company has already requested iWatch trademarks in the US, the UK, Australia, the European Union, and Denmark. It has also filed for a trademark in dozens of other countries, ranging from smaller ones like Albania and Iceland through to China and India.

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Apple extends company trademark into 'jewelry, clocks and watches'

04/21, 2:20pm

Adds to evidence of upcoming iWatch

Apple is hoping to extend international trademarks on its name into Class 14, an area covering "jewelry, clocks and watches," reports say. In late December, the company is said to have applied for Class 14 protection in Ecuador, presumably as a shortcut to getting its priority recognized in more significant regions like the US and Europe. Similar filings were made in Mexico in early January, Norway in mid-February, and the UK in March. In the latter two countries, Apple applied for protections in a variety of other classes as well.

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Apple taking flexible board samples for iWatch ahead of Sept. launch

04/09, 10:42am

Apple's main FCPB supplier plans $100 million in upgrades

Three flexible PCB suppliers have reportedly been delivering validation samples to Apple in preparation for iWatch production, sources tell Digitimes. The people are scarce on other details, but do say they expect Apple to announce the iWatch in September. A company called Zhen Ding is said to be Apple's largest FPCB supplier, and planning to spend $100 million to upgrade its capacity not just for the iWatch, but for greater demand of iPhone and iPad parts.

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Rumors claim in-house iPhone baseband, Q3 iWatch launch

04/08, 10:01am

Apple allegedly aiming at 65 million iWatches by end of year

The Apple iWatch will ship in the third quarter of the year and be manufactured by Quanta Computer, claims Taiwan's Economic Daily News, as quoted by Digitimes. Two other companies, Richtek and TPK, will reportedly be supplying chips and sapphire touch panels. The watch's processor is expected to be developed by Apple, but manufactured by Samsung, which currently handles all iOS processor production. Apple is said to be aiming at having 65 million iWatches assembled by the end of 2014.

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Apple, Samsung, Google trying to court Swiss watchmakers

03/28, 12:16pm

Swatch turning away partnership deals

Apple, Google, and Samsung are among the wearable tech developers trying to court help from Swiss watchmakers, says the Financial Times. One of the core targets has been Swatch, the world's biggest watchmaker. "We have been in discussions – not ever initiated by us – with practically all players in smart wearables up until today," says Swatch CEO Nick Hayek. "However, we see no reason why we should enter into any partnership agreement."

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Siri to integrate with third-party apps for iWatch, report says

03/05, 12:46pm

May solve smartwatch interface problems

Apple is working to expand Siri's third-party app integration with the iWatch in mind, a new report says. Siri already interacts with some third-party apps, like OpenTable or Wolfram Alpha, but in every case so far the companies have had to forge deals with Apple. The new scheme would allow third-party integration without an expressly signed agreement.

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GT Advanced says sapphire pact with Apple is 'progressing well'

02/25, 12:46pm

Financial forecast hints at sapphire coming to iWatch or new iPhones

GT Advanced's partnership with Apple on sapphire production is "progressing well," according to a statement in the company's latest quarterly earnings report. CEO Tom Gutierrez notes that build-out of the Apple-oriented sapphire plant in Arizona began last quarter, and that hiring started around the same time. Although he doesn't reveal when mass production will start, he says that GT should return to profitability in the second half of 2014.

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TPK rumored as supplying touch panels for Apple iWatch

02/19, 10:22am

Display expected to use silver nanowire touchscreen tech

Apple may be using TPK as its touch panel supplier for the iWatch, according to rumors surfaced by the China Times. The watch is expected to use silver nanowire touchscreen technology developed by TPK in partnership with Nissha Printing. TPK is slated to start producing its first silver nanowire panels in April, but those for the iWatch aren't expected to enter mass production until much later, in the second half of the year.

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Apple wins patent on headphones with biometrics, gesture controls

02/18, 10:04am

Tech could even theoretically monitor mental states

Apple has won rights to a US patent on a biometric headphone system. The technology would track factors like temperature, heart rate, and/or perspiration, using embedded sensors. The sensors could be embedded into the rim of a speaker, or broken out into other components, such as ear clips or inline remotes. Apple also suggests integrating one or more accelerometers for tracking movement, in the latter case recording multiple axes.

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Apple considered buying Tesla in 2013, report hints

02/17, 10:41am

Newspaper also suggests iWatch might be able to predict heart attacks

Apple was at one point considering buying electric auto maker Tesla, a report from the San Francisco Chronicle suggests. The paper cites a source who says that in April of 2013, Tesla CEO Elon Musk met with Apple's head of acquisitions -- Adrian Perica -- at the company's Cupertino headquarters. It's speculated that he might also have met with Apple CEO Tim Cook, a strong possibility given Musk's importance, especially if the two companies were exploring a buyout.

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Apple hires former Ceracor CTO Marcelo Lamego for sensor work

02/13, 10:25am

Company continues building iWatch technology team

Apple has hired on former Ceracor CTO Marcelo Malini Lamego as part of a research and development team, according to a LinkedIn profile update discovered by NetworkWorld. Ceracor specializes in non-invasive medical monitoring technologies. Lamego himself is credited with over 70 patents and patent applications, including ones related to sensors and patient monitoring; he has also published over 30 peer-reviewed papers on topics like neural networks and adaptive systems. Apple may, however, be more interested in his work as the lead scientist on Masimo's "Rainbow," a non-invasive monitoring tool that can track several different blood and physiological parameters at once.

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Apple job ad seek hires for 'new platforms as of now unannounced'

02/11, 6:26pm

Versatile candidates sought that can handle current, future hardware and platforms

A job opening at Apple posted earlier this week, seeking an "Instrumentation Design/NPI Engineer" notes not only that the successful candidate will help the company with forthcoming "new products," but also mentions that the engineer will work with "new platforms as yet unannounced" as well as existing platforms. The mention could be a reference to the alleged "iWatch" the company is said to be working on, which might require its own custom OS.

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Sapphire may initially be limited to iWatch instead of iPhone

02/11, 11:44am

Cost of iPhone-sized screens may still be too high

Although Apple and its partners have been prototyping sapphire-covered iPhone screens, the company is still expected to limit use of sapphire to the iWatch at first, according to Taiwanese supply chain sources. The people back the idea that Apple has put significant effort into fitting prototype iPhones with sapphire, but suggest that Apple is likely worried about cost, even though its Arizona plant should soon have more than enough capacity.

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Apple posts openings for physiologists, other iWatch-related jobs

02/06, 11:39am

Candidates, watch may need to meet strict standards

Apple has published new job listings on its website calling for physiologists and engineers to handle tests connected to health and fitness tracking. The physiologist opening asks for someone to "design and run user studies related to cardiovascular fitness & energy expenditure, including calories burned, metabolic rate, aerobic fitness level measurement/tracking and other key physiological measurements." Given Apple's other recent hires, it's believed that the jobs are directly related to the iWatch project.

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iWatch may skip solar, use batteries from Samsung, LG, Tianjin

02/05, 4:21pm

Claims questionable

Despite a New York Times report suggesting Apple is looking into solar power for the iWatch, the company will be sticking with lithium-ion batteries from Samsung SDI, LG Chem, and Tianjin Lishen Battery, sources tell the Korea Herald. "Apple will utilize LG Chem's stepped battery since it offers better longevity than others and can be applied for different shapes," one source says. "Stepped" batteries are layered, more efficient, and maximize space use.

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Apple hires Philips sleep expert Roy Raymann for iWatch development

02/05, 10:35am

Suggests iWatch could be used to improve sleep quality

Apple has hired Roy J.E.M Raymann -- formerly a senior scientist at Philips Research -- in what is likely another attempt to bolster its iWatch team, reports say. While at Philips, Raymann specialized in sleep research, and also had experience in wearable devices/sensors and other means of improving sleep quality. When reached for comment, Philips confirmed that Raymann had left on January 1st, but would neither confirm nor deny the name of his new employer. In December Raymann also departed a role at the Dutch Society for Sleep-Wake Research.

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NYT: Apple testing alternative charging methods for iWatch smart watch

02/03, 7:13am

Inductive charging, screen-mounted solar panel, movement charging touted

Apple is experimenting with alternative charging methods that could be used in the rumored iWatch, claims the New York Times. Rather than charging a smart watch by plugging a wire into a port, Apple is apparently looking into using magnetic induction charging for the device, with a solar-charging layer added to a curved glass screen also touted by report sources.

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Apple awarded patent for ejectable component assembly

02/01, 1:00pm

Thinner tray to house SIMs and other small cards

Earlier this week, Apple was awarded a patent from the United States Patent & Trademark Office based on a filing from September 2012. The filing, for "ejectable component assemblies in electronic devices," marks another win for Apple as it moves into different markets -- including the anticipated iWatch that the company has been bolstering its ranks for as of late. The application builds on provisional patent application 61675328, which was filed in July 2012.

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Apple hires on Masimo CMO Michael O'Reilly for likely iWatch work

01/31, 10:45am

Masimo responsible for oxygen-, pulse-monitoring tech

Apple has hired on Michael O'Reilly -- Masimo's former chief medical officer and EVP of Medical Affairs -- in what is likely an attempt at bolstering its iWatch team, reports say. O'Reilly is said to have actually left for Apple in July, but news only leaked to the public last week. Late Thursday, Masimo said it "could not dispute" the claims, effectively confirming them.

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DisplaySearch predicts larger Retina screen for 'iPhone 6'

01/14, 11:42pm

Also bets on possible AMOLED screen for rumored 'iWatch' device

Computer research firm DisplaySearch has published its 2014 tech forecast, and is predicting that the next-generation iPhone (expected to arrive next fall) will sport a dramatically larger display. The report -- which is not based on any insider knowledge, but has in the past been known to guess correctly on Apple's moves -- calls for as large as a 5.5-inch high-resolution display. The company also believes Apple may use AMOLED display technology for its rumored "iWatch."

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Corning to make Gorilla Glass for curved devices

01/03, 10:53pm

Announcement fuels speculation around Apple's rumored 'iWatch'

Glass manufacturer Corning has announced that it has adapted its popular "Gorilla Glass" strengthened glass variation to work with curved and other "3D" shapes, clearing the way for the product to be used with existing and future devices that rely on curved surfaces, such as smartwatches, eyeglasses and other "wearable tech." Corning's relationship with Apple -- Gorilla Glass is used in all of its mobile products -- has fuelled further speculation on Apple's alleged "iWatch."

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Apple, Qualcomm seeing poor yields in smartwatch manufacturing

01/02, 12:07pm

Injection molding process allegedly to blame

Several wearable electronic devices -- namely the Apple iWatch and the Qualcomm Toq -- are seeing yield rates below 50 percent in manufacturing, supply chain sources claim. The trouble is said to involve surface treatments for metal injection-molded (MIM) chassis. While MIM used to be applied to internal designs, MIM is increasingly being used for external parts as well, requiring extra surface work. This appears to be at odds with the high quantities companies like Apple are demanding.

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Wells Fargo downgrades Apple on margin, market cap worries

01/02, 10:43am

Nevertheless expects strong holiday sales

Wells Fargo Securities has downgraded its rating for Apple stock from "Outperform" to "Market Perform," a new memo to investors reveals. The firm says that its earlier, more optimistic forecast was based on an expanding profit margin, driven mainly by the iPhone 5s. "While we still have conviction in the gross margin thesis (and the potential for iPad/iPhone unit upside), we believe this may be largely embedded into the valuation," the memo comments. Share prices are still forecast to sit within the $536-581 range.

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Apple partner Foxconn starts fund to invest in wearable tech

12/11, 5:32pm

Foxconn putting $6.8 million into wearable tech

Foxconn – also known as Hon Hai, assembler of Apple's iPhones and iPads – is looking to capitalize on the anticipated boom in wearable tech by starting an investment fund to finance nascent companies working in the segment. Sources familiar with the project told Bloomberg this week that Syntrend Creative Park Co., a Foxconn unit, will administer the NT$200 million ($6.8 million) fund aimed at giving the firm a hand in the development of wearable devices in the vein of Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch, the Google Glass eyewear computer, and the suspected Apple iWatch. The move is the latest by Foxconn to diversify its operations to handle more things than the construction of iOS devices for its most lucrative partner.

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Quanta rumored to be handling iWatch, larger iPad production

11/25, 11:43am

Pilot production of iWatch allegedly underway

Taiwanese supplier Quanta Computer will be producing both the iWatch and a larger iPad for Apple in 2014, DigiTimes claims. The iWatch is said to be shipping first, in the second calendar quarter. Pilot production of the watch is allegedly already underway, but suffering low yields, resulting in the Q2 timeframe. Quanta is said to be competing with Foxconn and Inventec for orders, although only the first two have been officially invited into the supply chain.

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