Apple is working on an iWatch according to the New York Times


For iWatch we've said it before and maybe it's a unique idea that will bring Apple to a position that it has known for years to handle well, that of redefining an industry and getting something malfunctioning and within a few months of redesigning it to do so must have for all consumers.

Rumors and "appraisals" from two very large newspapers, Wall Street Journal and New York Times, they want her Apple to feverishly prepare a "smart" watch. And not just any watch, but one that will have a "screen" of curved glass.

As we have mentioned in the past, both newspapers are considered to be the most reliable sources in terms of rumors about its future products. Apple and have proven it countless times in the past.

In its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., Apple is experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass, according to people familiar with the company explorations, who spoke on the condition that they are not named because they are not allowed to publicly discuss unreleased products. Such a watch would operate Apple's iOS platform, two people said, and stand apart from competitors based on the company understanding of how such glass can curve around the human body.

The technology already exists with Corning Glass Technologies pioneering the flexible Willow Glass, but no one can be sure of the type and design of the smartwatch. The reports in both newspapers are based solely on information from "sources familiar with the matter", as well as the opinion of people involved in the technology, such as Corning Glass CEO Pete Bocko.

There is no clear indication yet when we will see such a watch on the market but it is now almost certain that Apple is working on another product and wants to revolutionize it once again.

Dimitrios Georgoulas @ GreekAppleNews

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