Blair's sources tell him that the iWatch will have a round face.
Many people were expecting it to have a rectangular face, but Blair's sources tell him it's going to be round, like a normal watch.
Blair says the iWatch will go into production around July/August. There will be "models" of the iWatch. (Probably one for women, one for men.)
Orders are said to be higher than expected. He forecasts 18-21 iWatches for the second half of 2014, up from his prior estimate of 15-20 million.
Notably, Motorola has announced its own circular smartwatch called the Motorola Moto360. Blair says the iWatch will have a similar look but will have a "slimmer profile."
No word on whether Apple would unveil the device at WWDC but previous reports have claimed that no major category defining hardware will be announced at the event. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.