Apple Watch To Get Solid State Side Buttons

Posted: Jun 9 2018, 8:25am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple Watch to Get Solid State Side Buttons
  • Apple Watch rumored to come with Solid State Side Buttons with Haptic Feedback

Apple Watch will Get a Few New Features to Enhance its Market Value

A novel Apple Watch was hard to come by at the WWDC. Yet hopes haven’t died out yet regarding its unveiling this fall season. The rest of the Apple hardware will also be introduced around this time.

What little we know about the Apple Watch includes the jettisoning of physical buttons. Instead solid state buttons have been given the thumbs up. The physical Side button along with the Digital Crown will be replaced with super-sensitive solid state buttons as mentioned before.

Apple has shifted to solid state buttons for the long term by now. Both the iPhone 7 and the Mac trackpads are showing this trend. The Apple Watch has an intrinsic LTE.

As for the crown, it is capable of rotating in a free and flowing manner. Finally, a click could materialize from the Taptic Engine of the Apple Watch, according to FastCompany.

In a similar manner as the laptops and smartphones, by removing various parts, this gadget could end up in a better state. It will not only be more durable and safe but also easier to churn out of Apple’s factories.

Space could also be made for such things as batteries. Also a whole lot more may be changed as the manufacturers wish to per the clientele’s demand. The buttons are extra special and they could hold a number of sensors that will track the health of the wearer. Such wearable devices are what the world is after these days. The ultimate aim of Apple as far as its watch is concerned is for it not to have any buttons at all. This would be ideal in a future scenario where seamlessness is everything. Yet for this to happen, the moving parts have to be shifted elsewhere and that is a task in itself.

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