With the iWatch and the iPhone 6 both on the horizon, there is a great deal of speculation still swirling. Despite the lack of an official announcement, there are a few things that we know for sure about the development of the iWatch.
-Two of the original developers Apple had working on the project have since left to join Google. This shouldn’t be a major concern, however, since Apple has been bringing in a massive amount of talent to pick up the slack and make sure they have the perfect smart watch available.
-It might not be called the iWatch after all. According to their patent, it is known as the iTime, although we will have to wait for the official announcement in order to know for sure.
-Haptic sensors and accelerometers are going to be used to track various aspects of your health. The release of HealthKit showed that Apple is hard at work developing ways to do this, although the iWatch will provide the tracking necessary to take it to the next level.
-Apple has been developing the iWatch for at least three years. The patent that they were recently granted was originally filed back in 2011. For a company like Apple, this makes sense because they typically wait for other companies to enter a market before giving it their own twist and specific brand of innovation.
-It will be able to sync up with all of your other iDevices. Whether you would like to transfer data to your iPad, iPhone, or iMac, it will be possible to shard information and keep track of things in ways that we might not have any idea of at the moment.
Apple’s wearable technology might be late to the game, with companies like Google and others already on the market, but Apple certainly has their own take that could prove massively successful. Stay tuned for more.
Source: Apple Balla