If you thought that the Smartwatch concept we covered yesterday was too traditional, and are hoping that Apple’s iWatch would look more futuristic, then you may want to check out this new concept created by Argentine design student Tomas Moyano.
The iWatch, Appleâ€™s long rumored smartwatch, will reportedly feature a plethora of biomedical sensors to keep track of your health, and help you stay fit. A report from Network World claims that a glucose sensing, originally rumored to be included in the iWatch, is unlikely to find its way in the first version of the smartwatch.
Since last year or so, rumors about Apple entering the health and fitness gadgets market have greatly intensified. But Apple has been looking at this space since more than six years, as evident by this 2007 Apple patent filing about headphones equipped with biometric sensors.
iWatch to reportedly feature curved, flexible AMOLED display; enter mass production in second half of 2014
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the company will enter new product categories this year, and the most likely product segment the company could enter is the smartwatch. A rumor from China Times claims that the iWatch, Appleâ€™s much-rumored smartwatch, will feature a curved, flexible AMOLED display.
Though nearly confirmed to land later this year, possibly ahead of the iPad Pro, Appleâ€™s first ever smartwatch, fittingly called iWatch, is still most likely a long way from completion. Otherwise, Cupertino wouldnâ€™t be looking for sleep researchers, physiologists and biomedical specialists to help them get the project off the ground.