There has been countless rumours that Apple will one day launch what a lot of people are calling the iWatch. This has been going on since the launch of the new iPod Nano, and continued to be rumoured after the introduction of the Pebble Smartwatch.

The New York Times reported recently that the company is in fact working on a watch with a curved display, stating that they will do this in order to “stand apart from competitors based on the company’s understanding of how such glass can curve around the human body.” The watch is also rumoured to run a version of iOS.

Late last year we also heard that the watch may feature an chip from Intel, 1.5 OLED RiT Display (which would make sense if it is to be curved.), and will even work conjunctively with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, releasing in the first half of 2013.

Of course this is all just speculation at the moment, but we will let you know if anything develops.

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