Apple iWatch

Written By Sam on 29 December 2012
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Apple is currently collaborating with Intel on the design of an Apple branded Smart Watch – iWatch. Apple and Intel are currently working together on a Bluetooth enabled iWatch. Report says that watch would connect to the iPhone, allow you to remotely operate the phone from your wrist. It means users could send out text messages, answer calls, or can even update Facebook status on the device while iPhone is in a pocket or charging nearby. An iPhone compatible Smart Watch is certainly in a high demand. According to insiders, through Apple’s Siri voice assistant Smart Watches will be able to answer the phone, directly with the iPhone interconnection.

iWatch

Smart Watch is designed to look more like traditional watches, adding a small LED screen, 1.5-inch display, with users can see texts, as well as notifications from Facebook, Twitter, Gmail. It features Low power Bluetooth 4.0 standard, so it can instantly pair with an iPhone or iPad. Other aspects of the supply chain, with a rhenium ocean of OGS encore indium tin oxide transparent conductive (ITO) glass. Retina multi touch display, 8 mega pixel I sight camera, built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery, 16 GB memory, I tunes/app store, air play, charging and synching via Wi-Fi expected to release in first half of 2013.

One Response to “Apple iWatch”

  1. peterjames says:

    Could youi belive that whats the technology became its a watch thats it a lovely post ,the brand is apple and collaborating with intel this pair will rock .

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