Apple iWatch is one of the most highly anticipated device to come out from the Cupertino company. We’ve seen countless number of rumors in the past few weeks, with most of them mentioning that it will not launch this year.
According to a new report from Chinese shores, iWatch production could start as early as next month. The components manufacturers have been asked to deliver the parts to the assembly locations for production, which could take one to two months, as per Economic China Daily report.
The report further mentions that iWatch yield would be almost close to one million, going away from the previously rumored 10 million units by the end of 2014. This could also mean that the device could launch a little later, or at least see a limited launch before the production is back to normal.
Several reports in the past suggested that Apple is having production issues with the iWatch and could result in the launch of the device being pushed back to early next year. It could see a limited launch as the Mac Pro, which was announced way before Apple could meet the expected demand with shipping times as high as one to two months.
There’s no word from Apple about it, but we’ll update you as soon as we get any information about it.
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