Apple is one of the companies that still doesn’t have its own smart watch. While it has been rumoured for quite some time now, seems like the company is finally going to announce its smart watch next year.
According to reports based in China, the long rumoured Apple iWatch is currently under testing and is expected to be launched in October 2014 possibly alongside the new Apple iPhone 6. The company is apparently testing two different prototypes of the smart watch, both of which are equipped with a 100 mAh battery, which is comparatively very small.
Sources believe that the Apple iWatch would support wireless charging from a distance of up to 3.2 feet. But nonetheless, given the complaints received for Samsung’s 315 mAh battery in the Galaxy Gear smart watch, it’s hard to imagine what a small 100 mAh battery could provide. And recharging the battery every now and then (even wirelessly) is not a comfortable option.