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Apple Could Launch An 'iWatch' In Early 2013 That Would Talk To Existing iOS Devices

Forget the iTV. The Apple product of 2013 could turn out to be the equally long-rumored iWatch. According to TGBUS, Apple is working on a watch that could be paired with any iOS device. It would launch in the first half of the year.
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As iMore first suggested, the inclusion of Intel here is very interesting. Although Macs do use Intel processors, the company has been largely absent from iOS. [caption id="attachment_337714" align="aligncenter" width="600"]The current iPod nano The current iPod nano[/caption] The iWatch rumor has been ongoing for years. For a time, folks had suggested that the new device would be based on Apple’s iPod nano. However, when that device was significantly changed in September, the rumors largely died. This report, however, brings the iWatch back to the forefront. As usual, we’ll keep you updated. See also: In 2013, Apple Expected To Improve Siri And Search, Might Launch Next Game Changer. Source: TGBUS
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