Apple Inc. To Start Mass Production Of Smartwatch In Jan.

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Apple Inc. To Start Mass Production Of Smartwatch In Jan.
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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) will start the production for their new Watch early next year. Apple Daily reports Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Quanta Computer will take over the production task. During a recent press event, Apple claimed the watch will launch will launch early next year but did not offer a specific date.

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It was reported Apple would launch the gadget around Valentine’s Day. Previous speculation reported Apple missed the initial production date for holidays 2014, which meant the company had to find another big retail holiday to launch the device.

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The Apple Watch comes in two case size options including 38 millimeters and 42 millimeters. The device also comes in three collections including traditional, luxury, and sport. What’s more is that the watch will be available in a variety of colors and distinct swappable bands. This unique device will feature built-in heart rate sensors, access to a wide variety of third-party applications, and Apple Pay. Although it was reported the device would have to be charged every night, the device has a simplified magnetic induction charger.

Apple gets involved in fashion

Perhaps the most important thing about the new watch is that it is focused on fashion. The Cupertino-based tech giant chose one of the hippest fashion boutiques in Paris to showcase the new watch during Fashion Week.

Although we know the basics of the new Apple Watch, there is still quite a bit of information that is unknown. We do know Apple’s new watch is the most personal product designed by the company. It also happens to be the company’s most fashionable product to date. This product merges style with technology to create a product that everyone can enjoy.

The Apple Watch offers many style possibilities thanks to the customizable options. This device also comes in a wide variety of price ranges so almost everyone can afford to purchase one.

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Anna Peel is a professional writer. In the past four years, she has written for many websites including BSC Kids, Wasabi Media Group, Boomtron, and many others. She currently live in Savannah, Georgia and occasionally blogs about fashion during her free time.
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  1. Don’t forget that just last week it was reported the I-6 would not be sold in China; and then further reported it will be available in January. Then the truth came out that the date is 10/10.
    As far as the watch is concerned; nobody has a clue. I’m sure AAPL is capable of shipping it within a month if they want to.

  2. Cutting and pasting articles about a vulnerability in linux open source shell software into a comment about Apple Watch just highlights your lack of knowledge and maturity.

    Again.

  3. Shellshock bug: First malware to exploit security flaw spotted in the wild

    Sep 25, 2014 15:27 By Mikey Smith

    The first bot apparently designed to exploit the Shellshock bash bug has been discovered, and many more are expected to follow

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    Hacked off: An underground criminal network are stealing people’s financial information

    The first malware apparently designed to exploit the devastating Shellshockvulnerability has been discovered online, and experts think it’s the tip of the iceberg.

    Shellshock is a 25-year-old, but newly discovered flaw in software run on many Linux and Apple Mac computers.

    The US government has rated the security flaw 10/10 for severity, and given it a complexity rating of ‘low’ – meaning it’s very easy to exploit.

    The bug affects Bash, a program that runs on Apple Mac and Linux computers – and can run in the background without a user’s knowledge. The vulnerability lets hackers piggyback malicious code on otherwise benign commands.

    The new exploit, known as a “bot”, infiltrates a vulnerable machine via the Shellshock bug, before setting up a series of malicious code.

    One part of the code seems to enable a remote user to perform a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack – where a network of hijacked computers can flood a server with information in an attempt to make it shut down.

    Another part looks for other routers on the network, and tries commonly used administrator logins to try and hijack them too.

    A third section connects to a remote server in what appears to be a “Command and Control” function, allowing the remotely control the hijacked machine at a later date.

    Updates have been issued for Linux versions of Bash, but Apple has yet to announce a downloadable patch. Some fear the issue may go beyond servers and desktop computers, and allow internet connected home appliances like light bulbs and door locks to be hijacked

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