Apple has announced the next big product it will introduce to the world, which will be called the “iWatch.”
The product will be a “wearable device” and it will be the company’s first wearable.
Apple also announced that it will release the first “iPod” in 2021, and will soon launch the first wearable in the United States.
The company also said that it would release its “iTunes Radio” in 2020.
In the announcement, Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook said that the iWatch will be “the first wearable computer to integrate touch sensors and smarts, and the first to use a built-in GPS.”
Cook also said, “It will be like an iPad for the 21st century.”
Apple’s statement came on the heels of a recent Apple earnings report, in which Cook said, “The new iWatch is an innovation in the way we connect our people to the future.”
The company is expected to unveil a new product at its upcoming WWDC conference in June.
Apple’s announcement comes at a time when consumers are increasingly searching for more wearable tech, with the average age of wearable users rising to 36 years old.
According to a study by market research firm Ovum, the average time spent on a wearable device was 21 hours and 21 minutes in 2018, while the average number of hours spent with a wearable was 10 hours and 11 minutes.
It is unclear if Apple will release a smartwatch in 2021.
The iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 4, and Apple Watch Sport are the first smartwatches Apple has released.
Apple launched the iPhone 8 in 2017, followed by the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 8.
The iPhone 8 was the first iPhone to launch with an OLED display, a technology that can change colors depending on the light of the day.
It was also the first smartphone to use dual cameras and dual antenna bands, which have since been replaced with a single camera.
Apple Watch and Apple’s iPod touch devices have been the companys most popular products.