World renowned design Martin Hajek has produced another stunner. His latest render is that of the rumored iWatch, which is widely expected to be release at some point in 2014.
Early this year, Nick Bilton of the New York Times broke the news that Apple is working on a wrsitwatch-like device.
In its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., Apple is experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass, according to people familiar with the company’s explorations, who spoke on the condition that they not be named because they are not allowed to publicly discuss unreleased products. Such a watch would operate on Apple’s iOS platform, two people said, and stand apart from competitors based on the company’s understanding of how such glass can curve around the human body.
Nick Bilton’s report was followed by a Bloomberg article confirming that Apple is indeed working on a wristwatch-like device.
Apple Inc. has a team of about 100 product designers working on a wristwatch-like device that may perform some of the tasks now handled by the iPhone and iPad, two people familiar with the company’s plans said.
The team, which has grown in the past year, includes managers, members of the marketing group, and software and hardware engineers who previously worked on the iPhone and iPad, said the people, who asked not to be named because the plans are private. The team’s size suggests Apple is beyond the experimentation phase in its development, said the people