This Is How An Apple Mirror Would Look

Posted: Nov 19 2016, 1:28pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 19 2016, 3:04pm CST , in Apple


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This is How an Apple Mirror Would Look

If Apple would make a mirror it could work like this.

Apple has a long history of being innovative. Apple always aims to enter new markets and this is very evident from the rumors we hear every other day regarding the work being done on a variety of products. Moving on, there is specifically one product some companies are working on and which is also good enough to enter the market.

That wonderful product is ‘Mirror’. As bewildering as the name may sound, Apple Mirror will be the next thing to look forward to though it is not developed by Apple. It is a new interactive mirror by Rafael Dymek . It has been built closely to resemble the iOS 10 which makes it look like a big reflective iPad.

The operating system details are not known much. It has been skinned enough to look like iOS. It does have desktop-class tropes which also hint a Linux presence. Whatever the details may be one thing is for sure there is much functionality to play around with.

You can order Uber, watch movies, browse the internet, text message and much more. This device will not be dedicated for work and play solely but it will be a perfect device to send a text message in the morning too.

The Apple Mirror has been designed by Rafael Dymek. It will certainly fit into the background of a modern technological home. However don’t get so excited so soon. This product might not just find its way under production at least for the time being.

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