Kekeran.com - Contrary to many predictions, an analyst at KGI Securities, Ming-Chi Kuo, analyze that smart watches products made by Apple, just call iWatch, will not be launched in 2013. He predicts that this product will be launched as early as the second half of 2014.
In his analysis sent to investors, Kuo says there are two reasons behind the prediction. One of them was a software problem.
Currently, Apple is reportedly development team focused on developing the latest version of iOS. If the team is "broken down" for the operating system to work on iWatch, believed to be the development of one, two maybe even the operating system, will be disrupted.
"Apple may not have sufficient resources to develop the iOS version of iWatch required major changes in iOS for the iPhone and iPad this year," Kuo said, as quoted by Mac Rumors, Friday (05/24/2013).
Another reason for iWatch component is still not quite ready. This forced Apple to delay the production of the product until next year.
"Components of wearable devices are still not ready. For this reason, we think the problem of iWatch production will begin in the second half of 2014, instead of 2013 as the market speculated," says Kuo.
From the hardware side, iWatch is said to be using a screen with a span of 1.5 to 2 inches. The specifications will be similar to the iPod Nano. Components fingerprint scanner which is rumored to be present in the iPhone 5S will also arm the iWatch.
Type of screen that would be used is, Apple is said to prefer to use the GF2 screen technology is also used in the iPad Mini.
From previous rumors, it is known that Apple is speeding development iWatch. This is evident from the news about the 100's of workers to the success of this iWatch.
Of the approximately 100 members of the team, not all employees are focused on developing hardware and software for these products. There are also employees who are appointed to design and also think of a strategy to market this one device.