Apple's much speculated wearable device, iWatch, will reportedly be unveiled along with the two new iPhones on September 9.
According to The Verge, the product will be deeply integrated with Apple's health tracking tools, coming as part of iOS 8, and even tap into home automation through HomeKit, another new feature of the upcoming software, CNET reported.
At WWDC, the company revealed that iPhones will be able to control garage door openers, lights, security cameras, and other networked devices, all through iOS without any need for extra apps or other tacked on software.
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