The Apple iWatch is expected to launch next year, and according to a recent report, LG will supply flexible OLED displays for the new Apple iWatch.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook announced in their earnings call yesterday that Apple will be releasing new products next year, one of these is expected to be the Apple iWatch, another is a new Apple HDTV.
According to a recent report LG will be one of the suppliers of flexible OLED displays for the Apple iWatch, another supplier will be RiTDisplay in Taiwan, who Apple has apparently been working with since the spring.
We have heard a number of rumors about the new iWatch, the most recent one being that the device will be a lot more than the current smart watches available, and could possibly be used to control a number of things around your house.
We previously heard that Apple has yet to decide the final size of the flexible display that will be used in the iWatch, and have been testing the device with a 1.3 inch, 1.4 inch and 1.5 inch display.
As yet we do not know exactly when Apple intends to launch their new iWatch, there have been a number of rumors that it will launch in the second half of 2014.
Samsung and Sony already have smart watches on the market, and a number of other companies are also rumored to be working on devices, which include Google with the Nexus Gem.
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Have a look at our Best Smartwatch 2014 guide for more information on the best smart watches available at the moment.