This Halloween, you might be able to wear an iWatch to go with your trick-or-treating costume. Apple is planning to release its first wearable device –– likely the long-rumored “iWatch” –– in October, according to two new reports. Both Japan-based Nikkei and U.S.-based Re/code have heard from unnamed sources that Apple is targeting an October release date for a wristwatch-like, Internet-connected gadget, with an emphasis on fitness-tracking capabilities. The watch, according to Nikkei, would feature a curved touchscreen display and would be able to both display notifications from your iPhone as well as track various health metrics, including your daily step count and your heart rate. It would be Apple’s first ever wearable gadget, a category many analysts expect to explode in popularity over the coming years. Like it’s done before with MP3 players (the iPod), smartphones (the iPhone), and tablets (the iPad), an Apple iWatch could make the Internet-connected, touchscreen-equipped wristwatch the newest trendy, must-have category of product. The pieces are certainly falling into place for an Apple iWatch.