Apple’s highly anticipated smartwatch is likely to debut this fall, featuring more than 10 sensors, including those that track a user’s health and fitness, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The watch is likely to come in multiple designs, with screen sizes and styles that fit the tastes of varying customers. Production is expected to begin in 2-3 months at Taiwan’s Quanta Computer, the publication wrote. The news comes a month after the Cupertino-based company released its new Health app, which collects a user’s fitness and health data. Read more.