April 16, 2014
The folks behind the universal CircleTime app have unveiled an “iWatch” concept worth checking out. The wearable device features a 2-inch display, a full version of iOS, and a Li-ion battery that lasts seven days before needing to be recharged. Of their iWatch concept, HedgeHog notes:
What do we expect for iWatch to be like? It needs to have a long battery life, should be light to wear and most importantly there must be an integration with the iTunes Store and compatibility with all of the apps that are available right now. It will run the latest iOS operating system providing integration with other iOS devices. The screen resolution should also be just right, like 640x640 pixels. The curved glass with anti-scratch technology would certainly be a revolutionary experiment and there is enough room in the strap to hold the Li-ion battery with a sufficient capacity.Take a look: http://youtu.be/eaSeYNzvrlQ Apple is likely to unveil the company's first wearable device later this year. The so-called iWatch could feature a flexible AMOLED display, and 3-D protective glass. It may come in two different sizes – one with a 1.5-inch screen, and the other with a 1.3-inch display. The $1.99 CircleTime app was first released for iPhone in July 2012. The calendar app added iPad support in August 2013. See also: KGI Securities: iWatch Could Launch In Q3, May Cost Up To Thousands Of Dollars, Report: Circuit Board Samples Have Been Delivered, Expect Apple's iWatch In September, and Could Apple's Latest Hire Suggest A Health Program Is Inbound?