Are you waiting for Apple iWatch to be launched? Read on the hype revolving around Apple iWatch…by Nira Nanavati February 12, 2014 0 comments
Apple products with their trademark ‘i’ have been garnering way too much hype from die hard Apple loyalists and critics as well currently it is the iWatch which has been centre of many a discussions. With absolutely no prototypes or information available from Apple, there are innumerable rumours floating around online and offline relating to its look and feel, battery, charging capacity, its USP and much more. Meanwhile, the development of the watch is a highly kept secret, close to Apple’s heart.
All said and done, the iWatch is likely to be an accessory to go along with iOS operated devices including the iPhone. Users can expect to conveniently operate their iPhones, iPads and more through the iWatch without actually reaching out to them physically.
More than a just a smart phone – It is very much likely that Apple iWatch will assist their owners by operating in sync with the other Apple devices but also in controlling their home devices such as TVs, lights, audio equipment, heating and cooling equipment and more. An Apple iWatch on your wrist and your life is well coordinated while you are at office or home or on the move.
The look and feel – The iWatch could be either slap-band style or a wrist watch like device with a curved glass. Will the screen size be 1.3” or 1.4” or 1.5 is yet to be revealed. Also, talks abuzz stating two versions of the watch likely to be launched, one for him and one for her, the Apple iWatch makes it worth waiting for.
Wireless Charging – The Apple iWatch can be charged wirelessly either through magnetic resonance system or through Qi’s system. On the overall, it implies that the battery of the iWatch will be charged from a distance with the available multiple chargers placed within your work area. Also, talks are afloat relating to it getting charged through user movement or through solar power….Keep guessing on this one.
Battery – Is Apple going to use Li-ion batteries, curved ones or something else? It has yet to be revealed. Last heard was that even batteries manufactured by LG and Samsung could be checked out as well. Apple has a lot of things to considering the watches should offer a comfortable user experience to the wearer.
The other hot topics revolving around the iWatch include the use of Siri, its capability to perform as a health monitor, the screen size, the finger print scanner and more. On the other hand, Apple has to compete with tough contenders such as Pebble, Sony Smartwatch 2 and new models from brands such as Garmin, Qualcomm, Addidas and others.
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