The iWatch is coming. No one really know what it will do yet, but Steven Milunovich, UBS’ top Apple analyst, claimsÂ that if Apple has its way, you’ll use the iWatch mostly to send voice messages back and forth with your… Read more ›
Tag Archive: Wrist
Finally … a stylish smartwatch! Smart watches are cool, but very, very nerdy-looking. Not that being a nerd is off-putting, but you may not always want to send that message when someone looks at your wrist. Thatâ€™s why the COOKOO… Read more ›
A new report out of China says that Apple’s long-awaited iWatch could debut as early as summer this year, sometime after WWDC, and ship 65M units to start. But how far can it be trusted? A report from the Economic… Read more ›
Pebble Notes, a new iPhone app written by a student for students, puts important information on your wrist by sending your notes to your Pebble. So many of us rely on the notes weâ€™ve created and stored on our smartphones… Read more ›
This is something we don’t see often enough: outside-the-box thinking applied to sports armbands for the iPhone. Digifit â€” an outfit we’ve covered before that makes fitness tracking devices and software â€” took the tired old bicep-hugging armband and slid it all the way down to the forearm; presto, no more yoga poses just [...]
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This gorgeous iWatch concept designed by Nikolai Lamm by commission of MyVouchersCode is my idea of what an Apple watch should actually look like, and how it would function: as an accessory to the iPhone.
Utilizing a patent for a spiral iTunes interface that Apple has never utilized and inspired by the shape of the Ikepod, a watch designed by [Read More...]
I can’t be the only person who took a look a the new iPods’ wrist straps and thought “I want that for my iPhone.” I’m forever pulling my iPhone 5 from my pocket to snap something for Instagram, and it’d be totally neat if I could just keep the thing in my hand instead, and never have to worry about dropping it.
Happily, the fine folks at Photojojo also felt the persistent pull of gravity and [Read More...]