Way, way back at the beginning of 2014, Swatch, the Swiss watch manufacturer who has been manufacturing watches for quite some time, levied a case against Apple in regards to the latter company’s planned “iWatch” trademark.
The term “iWatch” is something that hasn’t been seen all that often as of late, ever since Apple announced that their wearable would actually be called the Apple Watch.
Apple Watch is official, offers a square design, different color options, comes in two sizes and more
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The well-respected John Gruber of Daring Fireball, an Apple pundit that has established a respectable track record over the past decade and beyond, has shared some predictions ahead of the Cupertino-based company’s highly-anticipated media event at 10:00 AM Pacific. We’ve summarized his opinions about what to expect ahead.
Ahead of tomorrow’s event, Apple is redirecting all its home page traffic to its live stream page to build up hype for the event.
Leading up to the rumored announcement of Apple’s wearable, which is rumored to take place on September 9 alongside the iPhone 6, leaks tailored to the wearable have been few and far between. But, now a new series of leaked images have surfaced, along with specifications, before the official announcement.
On August 12, it was reported that the GT Advanced Technologies production plant in Arizona had transitioned to volume production, hinting that whatever Apple was manufacturing that incorporated sapphire glass was being put together, piece-by-piece. Unfortunately, what that might actually be for is still up in the air.
Apple confirmed its September 9th press event last week, when it sent out invites to media outlets with a cryptic tagline that said “Wish we could say more”. The cryptic tagline in the invite suggests that Apple will finally deliver on its promise of entering new product categories this year, possibly with a wearable device.
Here’s some great news about the Apple’s rumored wearable device popularly known as the iWatch.
It looks like the iWatch, which is expected to run a version of iOS will allow users to install third-party apps as 9to5Mac claims that Apple has seeded the software development kit (SDK) for its wearable device to a small number of prominent developers.
Apple sent out invites to media outlets for its September 9th press event last week, with a cryptic tagline that said “Wish we could say more.” Apple’s invite list generally includes technology reporters, but for this event, Apple is also inviting fashion editors and bloggers.