What is the Apple iWatch?

This entry was posted on 4th July 2013

iWatch

Yrving Torrealba's iWatch Rendition

The internet has been awash with news that Apple have applied for the iWatch trademark in Japan. The first official sign that the tech giant is seriously considering wearable tech. This would be a sensible move as a wristwatch would easily incorporate many of the tech and functions currently available. It could connect to other mobile devices such as a smartphone to allow you access to more apps. It would also fit well into a control method for home electronics as it would always be with you. However, there is some uncertainty over what exactly the trademark application could be for with some reports suggesting it could be a TV product. Although Apple already has AppleTV but it is thought that they want to develop smaller devices that could work with their other products. Currently Apple’s biggest problem seems to be that the European trademark for iWatch is currently owned by an Italian company. Although this may be a minor issue for a company with Apple’s might.

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