New York Times: Apple Working on an iWatch

  • February 10, 2013
Credit: CultofMac

Credit: CultofMac

Apple working on an iWatch

According to Nick Bilton of the New York Times , Apple is currently experimenting with a wristwatch-like device made of curved glass.

Nick Bilton:

[quote] 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 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.[/quote]

Nick Bilton report comes on the heel of former Apple employee Bruce Tognazzini, predicted that Apple will at some point unleash iWatch to the world.

According to Bruce Tognazzini:

[quote] The iWatch will fill a gaping hole in the Apple ecosystem. It will facilitate and coordinate not only the activities of all the other computers and devices we use, but a wide array of devices to come. Like other breakthrough Apple products, its value will be underestimated at launch, then grow to have a profound impact on our lives and Apple’s fortunes.

What will follow is not based on insider information but a solid understanding of Apple, its products, the problem, and the opportunity. The Apple iWatch development team I expect exists is likely already well ahead of the ideas I’m suggesting here.[/quote]

Hope these two guys are on to something. I’m tired of having to take out my phone every time I want to check whether I’ve received a new email.

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