On September 9, Apple will unveil two new iPhones and the first brand-new product since the passing of Steve Jobs. Everyone's calling it the "iWatch," even though we don't know for sure that iWatch will be the official name.
It's Apple's first entry into the new wave of wearable technology that's the next big thing in the tech world. We've already seen Samsung's Gear smart watches, as well as offerings from LG and Motorola. These three brands use Google's Android Wear operating system. We also know that Microsoft plans to enter the game, too, with its own smart watch.
Rumors have been flying about an iWatch for years, but the project has always been shrouded in mystery. What will it look like? Will it be round or square? Will it require an iPhone to work? What sorts of things will an iWatch be able to do? We still don't know all the answers, but thanks to new info confirmed by The New York Times, we know a bit more about it.