However, the rollout of new iPhones is hardly everything Apple has in store - expect to see more upgrades across the company’s full portfolio. And even more than that, Apple is expected to introduce a new category of wearable devices with a gadget called the iWatch. However, rather than launching it this year, the iWatch might in fact arrive in 2015, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
This note, however, refers to the launch date, which does not necessarily mean that Apple won’t announce the iWatch months ahead of its launch, just like it did with the original iPhone back in 2007. It would also make sense for Apple to not dilute the huge new iPhone launch with something as important as the iWatch. At the end of the day, though, these reports are just educated guesses that may or may not come true, so take them with a grain of salt.