The recent development in the wearable technology has triggered Apple Inc’s desire to become one of the leading wearable products manufacturers. The upcoming iWatch is going to be initial steps of Apple which seems to be advancing towards a new horizon other than iPhones, iPads or other iDevices.
The upcoming iPhone6 has created a lot of buzz among Apple lovers across the world and rumor has it, the users might be able to get a hold of the much awaited iPhone’s latest version by the month of September. However, the release of the new iOS8 and iPhone6 are not the only new additions that would be available for the iDevice lovers; it has been said that Apple has been working fervently over the development of its new product that would be accounted under the wearable technology segment.
Apple’s Wearable Device: The iWatch
Yes, you heard it right! Apple Inc. is most probably going to expand its horizons in terms of the devices it manufactures. The iWatch, as it is being referred to, is going to become a functional reality in a span of a few months.
Everything you need to know About iWatch
It isn’t for the first time when talks of a wearable device getting launched by Apple have hit the tech market. In the year of 2012 as well, it was being said that Apple is going to launch a device that depicts the upcoming iWatch. But considering the enhanced chatter, we are bound to believe in the possibility of such an event. Here is some interesting information about the iWatch:
The iWatch will be supporting multiple screen sizes that would range from 1.3-2.5 inches diagonally. The same screen size is also exhibited by one of the popular devices by Apple, the iPod Nano. The OLED display will help users experience clear as crisp imaging over any wearable ever made. According to a concept model, the height of the iWatch will be 6.10cm along with a depth of .50cm.
The appearance of iWatch is still a matter of one’s imagination, but it can be expected that the model will include a durable sapphire crystal display which is a result of Apple’s collaboration with GT Advanced.
Apple has geared up to create a smart watch that wouldn’t just make you aware of the time but also act as a device that would consist of features like biometrics that would help in the utilization of the HealthKit app to the optimum. iWatch will be able to perform the measurement of various health related-metrics like calories burnt, steps taken, duration of sleep, heart rate, etc.
Along with the execution of tasks that are independent of other iDevices, the iWatch will also perform iOS compatibility dependent tasks like receiving messages, voice calls, and notifications. Basically, the iWatch will be a handy companion device to the other Apple products like the iPhone and iPad. Moreover, it is also expected that the iWatch will feature capabilities of wireless charging, advanced mapping and most likely NFC integration.
The product is expected to provide a battery life of 4-5 days once fully charged.
Since there hasn’t been any official confirmation regarding the production of the iWatch, the release date may vary to the highest possible range. Although rumor has it, the iWatch might be setting ablaze the wearable market sometime in the month of October’14. If this really happens, then Apple might give the now popular Nike wearable, the Nike Fuelband, a run for its money.
Do you need an App for iWatch?
The Apple iWatch as you may notice is on the verge of becoming one of the most utilized accessories, especially by those who are faithful to the Apple Inc. fraternity. This means that the user would be spending quality time over this latest iDevice leading to a multiplied consumption rate. So as to meet the ever increasing consumer demand for the latest product, companies and app developers would be required to implement methods of development that will help create better and more useful applications.
The scenario might as well change with people spending less time over their iPhones as the functions of calling, texting, etc. can be carried out over the iWatch instead. So, it is necessary to create an application that helps in the enhancement of the utility factor of these wearable devices and eventually help your business grow on a larger scale.