Apple's anticipated smartwatch is set to debut in April, but there's still some mystery about what exactly the device will and will not do.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the device was initially supposed to be "a state-of-the-art health-monitoring device that could measure blood pressure, heart activity and stress levels."
But difficulty in perfecting that functionality, and the desire to avoid government regulation, ultimately led the company to reject those options, said the WSJ.
As far as we know Apple Watch will have multiple identities with several functions. It will provide the time and other bits of information, allow buying with Apple Pay and track physical activity, among other things. All this while also functioning as a fashion accessory.