Apple iWatch and iPhone 6 rumours abound
Over the weekend, rumours about Apple's iWatch have gone into overdrive, with suggestions saying that it'll hit the shelves in the second half of 2014. They're in no rush because the wearable technology that it already in the shops isn't exactly setting the world alight.
The iWatch could land in October 2014 and will be released alongside Apple’s next-gen phone - the iPhone 6.
The increasingly loud mutterings say that Apple are currently testing two iWatch prototypes. The prototypes have differently sized screens and it is being decided which one works and looks best. Apparently, the iWatch will feature a 100mAh battery and will utilise wireless charging capabilities, so that you can charge your device from up to 100 metres away, which is very fancy indeed.
This release date ties in with Apple's usual tactic of releasing new products in the build-up to Christmas and with this being the first entirely new product of Apple's in a while, excitement and demand will be high.
It has been suggested that this wireless charging could make its way into Apple’s other technology. It'll have to be good though because there's been criticism about Samsung's Galaxy Gear, which has a battery that only lasts for a day and you can't exactly wear a watch that is plugged into the mains.
Watch this space.