The New York Times has reported that the company’s watch will run on the same iOS platform as that of iPhone and the device will be made of the curved glass. About the curved glass patent of the company, Bruce Tognazzini, who worked for Apple and designed Apple’s first human interface, told in his blog.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that the company has talked with its chief manufacturing partner, Foxconn, about the production of such device and the device would be able to perform the same functions as that of smartphone.
“We believe technology could progress to a point where consumers have a tablet plus wearable computers, like watches or glasses, that enable simple things like voice calls, texting, quick searches, navigation,” Gene Munster, an analyst at Piper Jaffray, said in a report last month. “These devices are likely to be cheaper than an iPhone and could ultimately be Apple’s best answer to addressing emerging markets.”