In recent tech news, Apple’s latest gadget iWatch is set to feature a curved glass screen – a feature that will set it apart from its main rivals. Apple says that the “Dick Tracy” type of watch is back again, and Apple has been experimenting with the watch. iOS technology to reveal more of Apple’s leadership in the tech industry. There are numerous smart watches and fit bands already in the market and these products are top-notch gadgets in their own class, these include; the bond 007 inspired Martian Passport, and Pebble wristwatch.
The rumors that Apple is experimenting with curved glass surface for its iWatch could linger on for a longer time, a Chinese blogger reported in December 2012 that Apple has partnered with tech Giant “Intel” to develop a wristwatch that will come with excellent features such as 1.5inch OLED screen, and the latest Bluetooth technology. In 2011, Apple encouraged people to wear its latest iPod Nano version on their wrists, and Apple is working on a wrist watch that would be more comfortable on the wrist than the iPod Nano. Apple has enhanced its iPods in 2012 and that supports the notion that the company will develop a wearable computer in the nearest future.
Apple’s iWatch comes with varieties of features, these include; A durable but light-weight Aluminum body structure, A Wi-Fi system , the latest Bluetooth version, An integrated RSS reader, a 16GB memory that can contain as many files as you can store, and a weather forecast technology. Apple’s iWatch also possess the capabilities of connecting the watch to iPhone, iPad, tablet or a PC via the Bluetooth and WiFi technology. There is an LCD projector on this watch that allows you to view your pictures on the screen and some other devices like ipad and iPhone. Apple’s iWatch comes with a leather strap that is also available in different colours.
The new iWatch from Apple is one of the latest gadgets that will be released any moment soon. Even though the company has not released the launching date until all experiments have been performed for the inclusion of the curved glass surface but insider sources reveal that the third or final quarter of the year 2013 may be the final release date for the watch. When it is finally released, Apple’s iWatch will definitely be a platform for an incredible era of wearable computers.