Apple is going to have a very busy fall.
According to reports from Digitimes, three suppliers have delivered sample flexible circuit-boards to Apple that will be tested for the iWatch, to prepare for an unveiling in September. Though none of this is confirmed, it's speculated that the company will be making the leap into wearable technology by concentrating on health and fitness. And for iOS 8, the company is prepping an app called Healthbook that will keep track of user's stats and other vital information — so you'll want to have an iPhone if you have an iWatch, and vice versa. So stay tuned for June when iOS 8 is likely to be revealed at Apple's WWDC conference. Also, Apple's 4.5-inch iPhone is expected to make its debut that same month, with the 5.5-inch model coming a few months later.