Apple’s upcoming iWatch will come packing 8GB of storage space with 512MB of RAM and a string of different material options, according to keen Apple-watcher and industry analyst Ming Chi Kuo.
Kuo, a man not unknown for giving his tuppence worth on Apple’s plans, backs up recent stories suggesting the iWatch will be revealed at Apple’s September 9th event, before hitting shelves in early 2015.
He claims that there will be between two and four material options available, chiming with long-standing chatter about Apple offering a whole range of iWatch models at different prices.
Kuo reckons aluminium is nailed-on, with a gold look edition also being primed.
There’s no word on screen size, but it appears that Apple will opt for a rectangular form factor.
That’s despite rival smartwatch-makers moving towards circular designs, with LG and Motorola leading the way in this area.
Pricing remains unclear, although recent rumours have pointed to the device starting at $400 (£270) and rising depending on material and spec options.