Apple's rumored "iWatch" smartwatch is apparently real and will start showing up on user's wrists before the end of 2013. That's the word from anonymous sources who claim to know what the Cupertino-based company is up to.
The iWatch, according to unnamed sources talking with Bloomberg, could include caller ID, the ability to make calls, seeing your current location, a pedometer, a heart rate monitor, and more. Other sources claim the smartwatch will run iOS, just like the iPhone and iPad.
Apparently battery life is an ussue on current prototypes, according to The Verge's sources. Apple wants the watch to run a week before recharging, but currently its battery lasts only a couple days.
Of course, Apple hasn't commented on the iWatch rumor, so there isn't any guarantee that it will launch before the end of the year -- or at all.