Apple`s iWatch monthly production 3-5 millions units, to start sales in October.

Francisco De Jesùs.

iWatch Concepts.



The Nikkei reported on Friday, Apple will start selling its first smartwatch ( iWatch) in October and before the launch, will produce 3 to 5 million units monthly.

Rumors are saying the iWatch will sport a curved OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays and sensors that collect health data from blood glucose and calorie consumption to sleep activity.

The  blood glucose levels sensors – could be a big win for Apple if true. 
Such sensors would essentially make it easier to track what a person is ingesting without relying wholly on what the wearer manually logs on their smartphone.
“Glucose tracking is the Holy Grail for wearables,” says one industry source from a large tech company also working on a wearable device. The problem is that no wearable device maker has figured out how to measure glucose non-invasively. “Nobody has cracked it yet.”
Reuters and Forbes.



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