Apple iWatch 2013, Bluetooth and iPhone-friendly

| October 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
Apple iWatch rumoured for 2013, Bluetooth and iPhone-friendly

Apple iWatch rumoured for 2013, Bluetooth and iPhone-friendly

Apple iWatch Prototype Photos

Apple is reportedly working with Intel on a Bluetooth watch. The Apple iWatch (we really wanted a better name for the product) can connect to any iPhone or iPad and have a 1.5-inch OLED RiT display.

The news comes from the Chinese web site TGBus and reports state that the product will be available in the second half of 2014 because the watch is in a very complex state in it’s development. These sources also state that it will have a touchscreen incorporated in it, very similar to the sixth-generation iPod nano.

Apple iWatch would keep the whole production of the same device in house

Indeed, Apple is just going to redesign another square little product with a touchscreen in it, but the difference between the iWatch and the latest iPod nano is that this product will be connected to your iPhone or iPad. Last year’s nano, after all, doubled nicely as a wrist watch, with several manufacturers making straps for it. An infatuated Apple iWatch would keep the whole production of the same device in house.

Will this be a good product or has Apple gone crazy?

If this is true, the Apple iWatch can compete with many alternative devices, for example the Casio G-Shock GB-6900, that communicates via Bluetooth to any or all manner of devices, not just the iPhone, and is currently on the market within the States. Why would you want a product that will strictly work for Apple products when you can have one that works for everything? We don’t know, but maybe some people will like this device.

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