Apple is now hiring new employees to design the “iWatch” wrist smart device and it would be a good addition to the iPad, iPhone and iPod. It appears that the iWatch won’t be ready until the end of 2014. Surely, investors and customers would like to see Apple delivers real innovations after Steve Jobs passed away.
Apple hasn’t delivered any official statement on the product, but Cook unveiled during the earning call at April that engineers from the company are working hard to bring new services, software and hardware to users. These new solutions and products would start to arrive this fall and in 2014. Among the first to arrive could be the low-cost iPhone; but Cook seems to have huge enthusiasm for wearable technology.