Tagged with: iWatch

Report: Apple May Add NFC to the iWatch and iPhone

Report: Apple May Add NFC to the iWatch and iPhone

Apple’s 2014 roadmap was laid out in pretty considerable detail by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo earlier this week in an investor note, and while ordinarily analyst predictions aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on, Kuo has a solid track record of actually getting things right. Among Kuo’s predictions are ...

Anticipating Anticipatory Wearables

Anticipating Anticipatory Wearables

Wearable technology usually evokes images of fitness-tracking wristbands such as the Jawbone UP or FitBit Force. More athletic types might envision Polar H7 strap-on heart rate monitors or Nike Fuel bands, while others might think about Samsung's Galaxy Gear or try to imagine what Apple's new iWatch might look like. But ...

Report: Apple’s iWatch Will Also Track Your Sleep

Report: Apple’s iWatch Will Also Track Your Sleep

Joining a long list of Apple executives and new hires thought to be working on Apple’s highly anticipated iWatch project, the company has recently picked up Roy J.E.M Raymann from Philips Research, an expert on sleep research with extensive experience in wearables, sensors, and non-pharmacological methods of improving ...

Report: iOS 8 Will Revolve Around Mobile Health, Fitness Tracking

Report: iOS 8 Will Revolve Around Mobile Health, Fitness Tracking

Apple has its sights set on another industry ripe for reinvention: the mobile healthcare and fitness world. Apple currently plans to release a new version of the iPhone operating system this year with health and fitness tracking integration as its headline feature, according to sources briefed on the plans. Apple’s work ...

Rumor: Apple iWatch Landing in October 2014 with Wireless Charging

Rumor: Apple iWatch Landing in October 2014 with Wireless Charging

According to Chinese site C Technology, Apple is planning to release its long-rumored iWatch alongside the next iPhone in October 2014, with the company having tested two iWatch prototypes. However, the report also states that Apple has not decided on the final screen size of the device, with the prototype units being ...

iPhone 5s: A Music Bridge to Wearable Tech?

iPhone 5s: A Music Bridge to Wearable Tech?

The new Apple iPhone 5s is a titan of technology, a wizard of wonder and a device of delight. Not only that, but it has become the best-selling smartphone among the four top mobile carriers. Up until the launch of the iPhone 5s, Samsung's Galaxy 4 was the best-selling phone in the U.S., according to CNET. With data ...

Report: Apple’s iWatch Will Come in Two Sizes for Men’s and Women’s Wrists

Report: Apple’s iWatch Will Come in Two Sizes for Men’s and Women’s Wrists

DisplaySearch has a bit of a hit and miss track record when it comes to Apple product launches. The research firm often lands itself square in the analyst category with some pretty out there predictions of  12-inch MacBooks and 65-inch 4K Apple TVs, and now it adds yet another to the list by claiming at a press conference ...

Apple Patents Bluetooth Technology Perfect for Devices Like iWatch

Apple Patents Bluetooth Technology Perfect for Devices Like iWatch

An Apple patent filing published on Thursday by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office details a wireless network sharing technology that leverages low-power Bluetooth instead of Wi-Fi, making it a prime candidate for small devices like the much-rumored "iWatch." In its application for "Network access using short-range ...

Digitimes: The Smartwatch Market Rests on the Apple iWatch

Digitimes: The Smartwatch Market Rests on the Apple iWatch

A slathering of solid reports suggests every major smartphone vendor on the planet is now working on a smartwatch. Samsung, Motorola, Sony and LG have each already released smartwatches of some kind, Google’s initial offering is reportedly due later this month and even Microsoft is said to be toying with the idea of ...

Tomorrow Will Not Be Like Today

Tomorrow Will Not Be Like Today

Tomorrow will not be like today. Today you will experience the slowest rate of technological change in your lifetime. Tomorrow, it will be faster and the pace of change will continue to increase. Managing this change and learning to adapt will separate the successful from the extinct. Adapt or die. That's what the 6th ...