In fact iWatch already developed, but Apple will position it as a medical device that requires the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) certification.
The device can reportedly measure steps, heart rate, blood glucose, and blood pressure. It apparently utilizes a sweat sensor developed by Apple itself.
In line with this report, the WSJ has just said that Apple will include more than 10 sensors on the iWatch, including ones to track health and fitness.
The iWatch would likely work in conjunction with the new Health app announced for iOS 8.
Yesterday, a report from Reuters said that the iWatch would feature a 2.5-inch display and begin mass production in July. A launch date in October is expected.
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