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Apple Said To Be Working On His And Her 'iWatches'

Apple’s long-rumored “iWatch” will feature an OLED display, and be available in two screen sizes. This news comes from NPD DisplaySearch analysis David Hsieh, according to The Korea Herald. Speaking at an industry conference in Taiwan, Hsieh notes that Apple will unveil iWatches in different sizes, according to gender. This means 1.7 inches for men, and 1.3 inches for women. The analyst cites “Apple sources” for this information. Earlier this week, NPD DisplaySearch announced that Apple had planned on releasing a so-called “iTV” in 2014. Those plans were scrapped once it became clear that the entertainment industry wasn’t ready to rethink how consumers received content. Cupertino is now focused on rolling out wearable devices in the next year. In October, it was reported that LG could be supplying flexible OLED screens to Apple for the iWatch. This news came the same day that Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company was looking to bring “new product categories” to market in 2014. For more on the iWatch, see: Brian White Claims Apple's iWatch Could Tap Into Home AutomationApple's 'iWatch' Could Add $1 Billion In Profits During The First Year Of Release, and New iWatch Concept Imagines Impressive Flexible Display, iOS 7-Inspired UI. Photo: iWatch concept by by Federico Ciccarese
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