Everyone knows Apple is working on a smartwatch. But for now, only Cupertino insiders know when it will debut, how much it will cost, what it will do and how it will look. Recent speculation suggests the so-called "iWatch" will sport a super-bright, curved, sapphire crystal display of about 1.5 inches. It could also offer strong battery life and come with a variety of band and face options. Apple may offer many smartwatches with different price points, some rumors suggest a high-end iWatch could cost several thousand dollars. The iWatch could have biometric sensors to track health-related metrics, including calories burned, heart rate and sleep quality. The iWatch has allegedly been a major consideration during Apple's ongoing development of iOS 8.
Availability: Possibly late 2014.