Apple Reportedly Adding More Talent For iWatch Project

Posted on Jul 15 2013 - 11:24am by Editorial Staff

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According to a report on The Financial Times reported Sunday citing sources familiar with the matter, Apple reportedly hiring talent for its iWatch project, stating that the company needs additional brains to address design issues. The Cupertino-giant has been hiring new employees to work on its new gadget development, saying that the project involves a “hard engineering problems which they have not been able to solve.” Moreover, the same sources also suggest that the much-awaited Apple’s iWatch would not make its debut unless late next year.

Earlier reports already suggest that a team of 100 Apple employees, including some prominent company’s employees already working on the project. Plus, the company filed for iWatch trademarks in number of countries including Russia, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, Turkey and Columbia. Along with this, Apple’s rivals are also working on their own piece of smartwatch project, including Samsung, LG, Google, Microsoft and Foxconn.

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