According to a Chinese tech blog – MyDriver, a protoptype of Apple’s iWatch battery was published a media outlet in Taiwan. The alleged iWatch battery prototype is only 100mAh capacity compared to 315 mAh battery capacity in Samsung‘s Gear smartwatch. What this means is that Apple may have found a way to make the rumored iWatch very energy-efficient.
The smartwatch will reportedly feature a various sensors that can detect blood pressure, blood sugar, pulse rate and supports wireless charging .
A recent report from Digitimes, Apple is widely expected to announce the iWatch device along with the next-generation iPhones in October 2014. It will sport an 1.3-inch and 1.7-inch OLED display. Quanta Computer, Inventec and Wistron are the OEMs earmarked to build the iWatch.