Type "iWatch" into Google's search engine and you'll likely see an ad from Apple pointing you to a page for its Apple Watch. That may sound reasonable enough, but an Ireland-based software company that owns the iWatch trademark in Europe isn't happy.
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In the wake of rumor after rumor, it appears that Apple is likely to release their smartwatch sometime in 2013. Last-minute design questions, plus a modified version of the company's OS, are the details the company needs to figure out.
Two reports in the last 24 hours have pointed to a Q3 release for Apple's iWatch, with one claiming it's gearing up for a September launch. With more companies entering the smartwatch market, Apple certainly won't want to leave it much later than that.
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A new Apple patent hints at the existence of the iWatch and promises a small gadget for tracking weightlifting progress at the gym. The device would send data to the Healthkit app on the iPhone or iWatch.
Apple's expected iWatch and next-generation mobile operating system, iOS 8, will reportedly 'redefine mobile health,' coming with so much fitness-related gadgetry that just thinking about it makes me want to go and have a lie down.