At long last, we’re finally getting a glimpse at what the iWatch may look like. 9to5Mac points us to a new thread on Reddit’s Apple page that purportedly shows us several leaked components from the wearable device that Apple is set to unveil on Tuesday. The leaked components show that the device will feature a square face with rounded corners and a round circle in the center that’s been carved out for the heart rate sensor that will track users’ fitness activity.
In addition to the watch’s chasis, the leaked pictures also show us the device’s speaker, mic bracket, speaker mesh, its BCM coil and much more.
The person who leaked the photos also gives us some key information about the watch’s specifications: It will purportedly include a microphone, a speaker, Siri integration, a “flexible multi-touch screen” that “will add a new dimension to the UI,” and a battery that will supposedly last all day. What’s more, the device won’t have any Lightning connector port, which strongly suggests it will feature wireless charging. The leaker also confirms that the device will come in two different sizes, although they don’t specify exactly how big each one will be.
The leaker also claims that the device will go into mass production sometime this January while describing the wearable computer as “the most complex and expensive product to manufacture to date.”
More pictures of several iWatch components follow below.