Mar 05

The Verge reports that Apple is planning for the “iWatch” to run a “full” version of iOS rather a simpler operating system such as that seen on the iPod nano. “Interestingly, we’re also told that Apple’s chosen to rework the full iOS to run on the watch instead of building up the iPod nano’s proprietary touch operating system — although the previous nano was already watch-sized and seemed like a great starting point for a watch, Apple’s betting on iOS across product lines.» Apple “iWatch” Will Run Full iOS & Arrive Later This Year, However Battery Life Is An Issue In Prototypes

Feb 14

Bloomberg reported that Apple has a team of about 100 product designers working on a wristwatch computer. Previously The New York Times already reported that Apple had been “experimenting” with a curved glass smart watch but Bloomberg said that plans have moved beyond the experimental phase. » Apple Team Of 100 Product Designers Developing Smart Watch Computer

Jul 04

The Lion Hound Technology SYRE transforms your iPod Nano into an incredible smart watch designed for all aspects of your active lifestyle. Molded from a luxurious and flexible silicone polymer, each component has been refined to create a watch case that fits the needs of even the most demanding athletes. SYRE provides a secure, comfortable and unobtrusive fit that allows for airflow to the wrist while protecting your Nano from damage caused by impact or perspiration. The slim, stylish design aesthetic ensures that SYRE looks just as good at work as it does at play. » The World’s First Bluetooth iPod Nano Watch Case

Dec 19

The New York Times reported that Over the last year, Apple and Google have secretly begun working on projects that will become wearable computers. Their main goal: to sell more smartphones. (In Googles case, more smartphones sold means more advertising viewed.) » Apple Prototyping Wearable Devices

Jun 21
A fashionable, functional carrying solution, the Flex Wristband lets you keep your iPod nano close at hand. The easy snap in attachment offers a secure hold that won’t scratch, and the open-sided design gives you direct access to the headphone port and 30 pin connector so you can charge, sync and listen to your iPod nano without removing it from the wristband. The flexible steel band expands to fit virtually any wrist while the subtle matte finish offers an understated look that goes well with anything. » Incase Flex Wristband for iPod Nano
Apr 16

hearing the alarm going off and seeing that it’s 6.30am. Imagine reading a story or find out if your favourite team won. Imagine checking the trend of the markets or the euro-dollar exchange rate. Imagine reading a text message, an e-mail or a facebook or skype message. Imagine answering a phone call, or making one. Imagine checking the weather to see if the day will be a nice one. Imagine receiving a reminder of your next appointment. Imagine seeing directions to a location of a fixed appointment. Imagine listening to your favourite music while running in the park. Imagine wearing Italian design of the highest levels. Imagine that you are dazzled by the brightness of gold. Imagine being kidnapped by the magic of luxury. Imagine looking at a photo set in a jewel. Imagine having the exclusivity of your name engraved. Imagine having all this and more while keeping your phone in your pocket.” Thats the italian i’mWatch! » i’mWatch: An iPhone For Your Wrist!

Sep 13

We already showed you the iWatch concept by Ogikubokei, but what about the Incipio Linq iPod Nano Watch Case. It’s a wrist-worn carrying solution for the iPod Nano. The Linq from Incipio which will be available in 5 different colours features a full “wrist” housing that will not only protect the Nano “thanks to the award winning Next Generation Polymer material”, but also ensure it doesn’t get accidentally dislodged while worn. » The iPad Nano 6G Watch Case

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