Recent reports suggest that the rumored iWatch could have wireless charging and longer battery life than the other smartwatches.
Sources at Apple supplier Luxshare [via GforGames] claim that the company has sent Cupertino wireless charging coils to be certified and approved for integration in the iWatch.
Asked about the collaboration with Apple, Luxshare refused to comment, arguing that “the product [iWatch] is not yet available“.
The report adds that the long-awaited smartwatch will be launched in the second half of 2014.
The iWatch is also expected to feature several biometric sensors that allow users to monitor health parameters like heart rate, sleep quality and more.