Apple's rumored iWatch is one of the most hotly anticipated devices in years, and the whispers keep coming. The latest report claims that Apple's wearable will come in two sizes and debut in the third-quarter of 2014.
According to MacRumors, Kuo predicts the iWatch will be available with either a 1.3-inch or 1.5-inch flexible AMOLED display covered with a sapphire lens.
Inside, the watch may pack biometric scanners, an NFC chip and 200 to 250 mAh battery with wireless charging capabilities. Pricing for the iWatch, the report indicates, could reach as high as $1,000 for high-end models. Kuo's predicted time-frame for the iWatch's release date matches up with a separate report that also claimed the watch would land in the third-quarter of this year. The same report also pegged the watch as having a sapphire lens. MORE: 10 Killer Features for The Apple iWatch
If Kuo's rumors are correct, they would signal two major changes to Apple's hardware offerings, the use of NFC and wireless charging. Prognosticators have been suggesting that Cupertino would implement both technologies in its iPhone and iPad for years, though Apple has never done so.