Apple iWatch is expected to begin production mid or late November this year. The news was delivered by KGI Securties analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo.
Reported by Phone Arena (07/11/2013), Kuo who has a track record for accurately predicting Apple rumors, revise the initial prediction of the original production iWatch September to November.
In a note distributed to clients, Kuo said that the estimate of the mass production iWatch postponed from September to late November.
Reason resignation of Apple iWatch production period is said to be because of the constraints that must be faced Apple-related hardware and software used in the iWatch.
In addition, KGI Securities also foresees iWatch delivery in 2014 will fall by 40 percent to only 30 million units.
Some of the important features that will be included Apple in smart watches include flexible AMOLED screen, the screen protector made from sapphire crystal, anti-water standards are tougher, and the new chip in the system.
Currently Apple has been holding a number of athletes in the United States, such as the basketball player Kobe Bryant, as well as Hokey and baseball star, to test the fitness features in it.
iWatch is rumored to have a screen between 1.5 to 2.5 inches. The device watches are also called smart can run a variety of features in iOS, including a digital map feature.
Although the beginning of the production was delayed, but is expected to be released Apple iWatch fixed by the end of this year, to coincide with the Christmas holiday season of 2014.