LG will be the sole supplier for flexible displays to be used in the iWatch as Apple looks to launch the device later this year in two sizes, according to a report from Korea’s Naver. The report notes that Apple is targeting to sell 9 million iWatch units by the end of the year with LG’s collaboration, as the device itself will be released in September. The report also claimed that the iWatch will come in two different sizes of 1.3 inches and 1.5 inches, which falls in line with previous reports about the smartwatch.
As most of you should be able to recall, several days ago we’ve talked about what the industry is saying in regards to the rumored iWatch. According to some of these reports, the gadget in question is supposedly in its prototype stages of development, meaning that the iWatch will either hit the shelves at a later date than expected, or it might not go on sale at all. But, remember, these are only rumors and nothing can be confirmed at this point. After all, the opposite side of the camp keeps suggesting that the iWatch is real and is closing in really fast, so we’re definitely rooting for this to happen rather than the other way around. Regardless, what we wish for is rather irrelevant, but what’s important is the truth, and right now the situation appears to be in favor of Apple/smartwatch fans, as the more recent rumors suggest that the iWatch will definitely enter mass production. Check back after the break for details.