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Both Bloomberg and The Verge are claiming that the iWatch that is in development will run a 'full' version of iOS.

From The Verge:

Interestingly, we're also told that Apple's chosen to rework the full iOS to run on the watch instead of building up the iPod nano's proprietary touch operating system — although the previous nano was already watch-sized and seemed like a great starting point for a watch, Apple's betting on iOS across product lines.

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Reportedly, there is also an official 'Watch Team' made up of approximately 100 designers to try to make a watch do what an iPhone does. Regardless of if this device ever makes it to reality, Apple has filed over seventy patents that include the word 'wrist' in them.

Will this be the next big product from Apple? Will this be the next big rumor from Apple à la the TV? Reports are also saying that Apple wants this to launch by the end of the year, so hopefully... maybe... possibly, we'll know by Christmas.

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I'm eager to buy it when it will go on sale:)

I thought just now. If it will be released with full iOS. It would be very interesting whether it will with AppStore or Not.
And what can I buy there. Pages, infinite Flight, X-Plane and so forth. That is to say how to use all of these in this case?

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