Watches: elegant, classy, useful pieces of jewelry that can keep up with all your day by day activities. But show one to a 2015 kid: what does it do? He will ask. And you would say: well, it shows the time. That’s it? Well… no. With the Apple Watch that’s not just it.
New generation watches have not only proved to be sharp, but also useful to wake you up, plan certain things, calculate, count, save battery. But what if they could connect to your iPhone and access certain apps, use them wisely and becoming a high tech wearing device from all points of view? You can. How? The Apple watch will connect to your iPhone via Bluetooth. Mark Gurman from 9to5mac said that there is a Settings menu in the new panel of the watch that pairs it to an iPhone. They will soon get control over each other, because through those apps, they will function together as a whole.
At the moment, the product is being tested and its release is planned in the spring, somewhere at the beginning of March. The training programs are between the 9th and the 16th of February.
According to United Daily News from Taiwan, the display and the processor’s quality have ranked highly. Also, a new clock face feature was added and it’s called Monogram. Basically, you are able to put a virtual stamp of 1-4 letters directly on the face of the clock. Most people choose their initials and it is thought to be an interesting add to the watch, as it give the impression of being separately designed.
G for Games has a very good opinion about the Apple Watch, saying that the anticipated number of sold watches is 24 million, even if it’s not the first company to launch such a gadget: Samsung, Morotola, LG, and Microsoft have already released smartwaches. However, the demand is high at Apple, so much more than at the other companies.
Thousands of people continuously work for these watches. Quanta is the one who build it piece by piece and they want to raise the number of people who do it, from 2000 to 10 000, and then maybe reach the utopian number of 20 000 workers.
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