Apple will debut a wearable device alongside the September 9 iPhone launch, says a new report. But the question remains whether this will be the unveiling of the so-called "iWatch."
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The photos were published by Sonny Dickson, a noted Apple leaker who proved quite accurate last year leading up to the iPhone 5S.
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