- In addition to showing off the iPhone 6, Apple (AAPL +1.2%) will "unveil a new wearable" on Sep. 9, re/code's John Paczkowski reports.
- Paczkowski, who originally reported of a Sep. 9 iPhone event date and has a decent track record, doesn't use the term "iWatch" in his report. He does state Apple's wearable will "make good use" of its recently-announced HealthKit and HomeKit platforms.
- The Nikkei previously reported the iWatch will have a flexible OLED display and initial production of 3M-5M units/month. The WSJ has reported of multiple models, sapphire cover glass, and "more than 10 sensors to track and monitor health and fitness data."
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