Apple is set to launch its first wearable device on Sept. 9 alongside the iPhone 6 according to a Re/code report.
The “iWatch,” as its been preemptively titled by media reports, will reportedly debut on the same date Apple is expected to announce two larger iPhone 6 models featuring 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens. (RELATED: TMZ Claims To Leak iPhone 6 Photos)
According to the report, the Cupertino-based Silicon Valley giant’s smartwatch will connect to Apple’s HealthKit and HomeKit, which will let users track health and exercise as well as remotely control other home-based smart products. (RELATED: Apple Announces New Larger iPad For 2015 Release)
HomeKit is designed to turn users’ iPhones and other possible devices into a WiFi remote control platform for smart devices like door locks, garage doors, lights and other amenities, according to Business Insider. Apple unveiled HomeKit at its developer conference earlier this year, and the tech has reportedly already been integrated with Siri to give users vocal command over their households.
Apple is expected to begin sending invitations to the September event very soon.