Apple's iWatch Now Expected November 14th

It’s the hottest rumor in wearables — Apple’s iWatch is nearly ready for launch. And if the findings in a new report surfacing Wednesday morning are accurate, many …

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Apple's iWatch Now Expected November 14thIt’s the hottest rumor in wearables — Apple’s iWatch is nearly ready for launch.

And if the findings in a new report surfacing Wednesday morning are accurate, many of you will have the iWatch on your wrist by the time Thanksgiving dinner is served.

Citing sources close to Apple’s European retail channel, NativeMobile is reporting that Apple’s iWatch launch will take place November 14th.

“We’ve also learned from information contained in Apple’s non-disclosure agreements with various big box retail partners that shipments of an unnamed and presently unavailable Apple product (presumably iWatch) will escalate into late November and early December, just as the holiday shopping season ramps up,” today’s report adds.

Entry level pricing is expected to be $199 for the Apple smartwatch, although it could be as much as $299.

To check out the complete scoop from NativeMobile, click here.

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    Apple is unique among technology companies,  their extreme secrecy creates a large buzz around products that haven’t even been announced. No other company gains as much free attention and press as Apple does from product rumors, debates and discussion about upcoming products, and excitement about what the next release will be. It’s annoying to have to take your phone out of your pocket to check the time, and it’s far more annoying when someone else uses timekeeping as an in-meeting excuse to check their e-mail. Having a mini-computer on your wrist can streamline fitness and gaming tasks, as well as time-checking. In tech we tend to celebrate general-purpose tools that are capable of a broad range of tasks. Yet the analog watch is a wonderful, complex physical product that does one thing well. It’s appealing in its simplicity. This can only be a good thing for technology crazed people like me.