Apple released the Apple Watch SDK, dubbed WatchKit, to developers a few weeks back with iOS 8.2 beta. The SDK lets developers build Glances, Actionable Notifications, and WatchKit apps, with full blown native Watch apps coming in 2015.
Apple is widely rumored to release a smartwatch, dubbed the iWatch, later this year with a focus on health and fitness. This has been a topic of intense speculation since a number of months, and designers have come up with a number of concepts imagining how the iWatch might look like.
With so much talk about the iWatch, which now includes voice messaging being a purported big feature of the wearable, the basic gist here is that everyone is anticipating this wearable from Apple. We’ve seen concepts in the past, but this new video showcasing a 2.5-inch iWatch with a curved display is certainly worth checking out.
We’ve seen several iWatch concepts that try to completely reimagine the look and design of the watch, but what if Apple’s future smartwatch would built upon the design of existing wristwatches? A new concept tries to explore this angle by imagining an iWatch with a Rolex-like design.
Tim Cook said that Apple sees the wearable devices market as an area of “profound” interest, and the iWatch is reported to be Apple’s first product in this new category of devices. According to rumors and speculations, the iWatch will be a smartwatch with a focus on health and fitness, thanks to an array of on-board sensors. Read on to learn more about the iWatch.
Apple is widely expected to enter the hot wearables space with the launch of its iWatch smartwatch later this year. We’ve seen plenty of concepts that try to imagine what this new product might look like, but we haven’t seen many concepts with a round display.
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.