Apple Watch launch without several health features likely in April

Apple would launch its highly anticipated Watch in April, but according to a new Wall Street Journal report, it would come without several health features that Apple had initially planned for the smart watch.

A number of earlier reports had hinted at an array of sensors for measuring blood pressure, heart activity and stress levels. However, signs are the first models would not have these functions.

According to the report, features like tracking stress levels and blood pressure were extremely complex to implement, while on the other hand a number of sensors could not be implemented because the sensors did not meet Apple's standards.

According to the report, a number of sensors did not give accurate readings.