iWatch – one of the most anticipated and at the same time mysterious devices Apple. In Internet seeps more and more data to confirm that it will not simply be “smart” watches and gadget that can monitor the health and activity of the user. Today there is information that allows you to identify some of the physical features of the device .

According to Chinese newspaper China Times, supplier of displays for “smart” hours Apple will be the Taiwanese manufacturer TPK. It will be flexible displays , created by technology AMOLED. Mass production of components, reportedly planned for the second half of 2014.

” According to our sources , the clock will be equipped iWatch flexible AMOLED display and durable protective glass. According to rumors, the device will use a special display technology based on silver nanowires developed by TPK , in collaboration with the Japanese firm Nissha Printing “.

Reports of flexible AMOLED display and silver nanowires confirmed earlier leaks , according to whom the iWatch will be curved screen . Previous report also know that Apple will endow smart watch dial electro-optical sensor , allowing the owner to monitor physiological parameters such as blood oxygen saturation and heart rate .

Moreover, the wearable Apple watch will be able to predict heart attack, listening to the blood flow , and then evaluating the difference sound healthy blood and trying to break through the plaque and blood clots . Earlier it was supposed to equip iWatch spectral sensor for determining the level of blood sugar , but so useful for diabetics thing clearly characterized by high errors when compared with the “home” invasive procedure analysis glucometer .

It is not excluded that Apple will get smart watches and other features measuring physiological parameters , eg , the nature of the activity of the owner, body temperature, sleep quality , the saturation level of the body’s water and others.

According to the latest official presentation iWatch can be held in the autumn as part of the traditional autumn hurrying Apple.

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