Apple's Fake Smart Watch Selling For Just $27 At CES

Posted: Jan 9 2015, 2:28pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 10 2015, 2:30pm CST, in News | Apple

 

Apple's Fake Smart Watch Selling for just $27 At CES
 

A China based company Hyperdon was selling the fake versions of the new Apple product called Smart Watch at CES

The rumors regarding Apple’s iWatch have been circulating around since a whole year now and while we are all waiting for a release date from Apple, a Chinese company called Hyperdon was very conveniently selling fake copies of the  Apple iwatch calling it Smart Watch at CES. The fake watch only displays when it is turned on and surprisingly most of the icons are transparent rip-offs of Apple Inc. designs. According to some sources, the fake Apple watch was available for only $27, which makes us think we should better get one too just for the fun of it.

The watch include a stopwatch, a pedometer, alarm and a feature referred to as “Anti lost” which will be used to alert the user when he is out of Bluetooth range. This Hyperdon watch also has notifications from WeChat and some other apps however it requires the downloading of “sketchy-looking APK” which can only work with the jailbroken iPhones.

The watch needs a USB cable to be charged and as per the claims of the company, it can last for up to 180 hours in between charges. According to the company, the device is being sold at various locations across the US and China.

 

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