Apple presented its first wearable earlier this month, but the release of the Apple Watch is only going to happen next year. That said, the company was a bit vague on details when it came to this subject.
In these situations, though, rumors sometimes come to the rescue. The latest one on this matter, originating in Taiwan, says we should expect mass production for the Apple Watch to start in January.
That's because Apple wants to have it in stores in February, right before Valentine's Day. There's apparently going to be only one company making the Apple Watch, and that's Quanta. The Taiwanese OEM is looking to hire a lot of people for the plant that will handle the production for Apple's smartwatch, planning to reach a peak of 40,000 employees in January.
Although Quanta is the exclusive manufacturer of the Apple Watch right now, it's unclear whether this exclusivity has an expiration date attached. On the other hand, some unnamed "industry analysts" believe that if sales of the Apple Watch will go well, there will be a second OEM added at some point next year.
Interestingly, Quanta's deal with Apple might have terms prohibiting it from making smartwatches for any other company but Apple.
Do you mean blend as in chopping food into a pulp or like blend into the background? I don't think any other smart devices blend so I don't see why this one would.
Errr...I don't know where you get your information from but that's not true. I have a galaxy s2 and its over 3years old with a dual core processor. One of the first I might add. And it doesn't lag or give me problems. Heres a hint. 'You're usi...