BEIJING, Jan. 9 (Xinhuanet) -- Apple is recently facing unexpected development issues with its iWatch in terms of its screen technology, battery life and manufacturing, according to media reports Wednesday.
Apple has had trouble settling on a screen technology for its device, mainly due to its impact on the battery life of the device.
The battery life problems first occurred in early 2013. The early versions of the iWatch were only seeing a battery life of two to three days.
Apple has been trying other screen technologies to help extend the battery life between charges.
OLED contains better power consumption compared to tradition LCD screens, but some are suggesting that Apple is considering using other types of screens.
Furthermore, Bryan James, a key member of the iWatch development team, has left the company to work at Nest Labs as the VP of New Product Engineering.