Its less than a week for Apple’s big announcement next Tuesday and more of its plans are leaking. According to the New York Times (NYT) Apple’s plans for both the iPhone 6 and the so-called iWatch are real and the company is going to show us what we have termed as revolutionary products. Of course, the iPhone 6 has leaked from left right and center and is expected to come in two different models, one with a 4.7-inch display and one with a 5.5-inch display. But most of the people are anticipating the company’s next wearable. The NYT reports that the two iPhone 6 models may come with a new mode that tailors the interface for use with a single hand, allowing for better use with a larger device.
Apple’s wearable to is the most ambitious project yet
Focusing more on the company’s long rumored smartwatch, the reports says that it’ll come in two sizes and have a several health functions. The watch will reportedly have a flexible sapphire display. Sensors on the watch will be capable of tracking a wearer’s footsteps and heart rate, among other vital signs. The company has taken it’s time on this product and ensured that its wearable is capable of capturing this data more accurately than other devices that are now out on the market and is said to be Apple’s most ambitious project yet. The Times also reports that the watch will used wireless charging to get power.
Other reports from The Wall Street Journal indicate that the iWatch was expected to come with NFC — a type of close-range, wireless communications system — and the Times is reporting that here too. It says that Apple’s wearable and its new iPhones will all come with NFC support, that will be used for making mobile payments through a partnership with Visa, American Express, and MasterCard.