Rumor: Apple already working on the iWatch
After New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported that Apple was planning on making a 'smart watch', sources at Bloomberg has confirmed new details, saying that Apple may in fact be past the 'experimental stage' and are aiming to release the watch, called the iWatch, sometime this year.
Bloomberg reports that over 100 people are working on the smart watch, which "includes managers, members of the marketing group, and software and hardware engineers who previously worked on the iPhone and iPad," and even Apple's senior director of engineering James Foster.
The iWatch will reportedly be able to "perform some of the computing tasks now handheld by the iPad and iPad", and even tie-in with Nike for fitness and training functionality.
Developing an iWatch shouldn't be too difficult for Apple, considering their expertise in making iPod Nanos which is literally two straps away from being transforming into a watch.