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A few months ago Thomas Bogner posted an iWatch mockup on Dribbble that looked like a marriage between a Nike Fuelband and an iPhone. It was an impressive concept that got a lot of people excited including San Francisco-based UI designer Todd Hamilton. Todd saw that the concept had a major flaw – the orientation of the interface made it impossible to use – and decided to work on the existing concept to improve it.
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Nobody knows what Apple’s forthcoming iWatch will look like but rumors about an iSmartwatch are going strong. Inspired by the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, designer Martin Hajek has released two new concepts for the iWatch S and iWatch C which you can check in greater detail after the break…
A designer named Thomas Bogner shared his impressive concept of what Apple’s long-awaited iWatch might look like.
First of all, i am not into physical product design at all – so please be kind (i know it looks basically like the bastard child of a Fuel Band and an iPhone) 🙂
After several weeks with my new fuel band and a quiet disappointing revamp last week it got me thinking what functions i would love to see in a so called “smartwatch” like this – not that many actually.
But I really liked the idea of wrapping the Interface around the wrist and have something like the clickwheel rotating around my arm. The main problem is, i love the form-factor of the fuel band but would it be practical to read more text than “GOAL” or even interact with it? If the possibilities are just swipe and tap i’m sure it’s possible but a watch has to be something that people like to use and i am not quiet convinced if this would be the fact.
But what we’ve seen so far is either ugly or stupid or both – and the conclusions gonna be: smartwatches are just pricy unnecessary gimmicks, until “somebody” will teach us better 🙂
During a recent interview with Reuters, Woz says that he wants Apple to make an iWatch that is as complete in functionality as the current iPhone, larger screens on the iPhone, more customizations, and a happy room full of Dreamers thinking up how to change the world with a product that you wouldn’t call a phone.
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The new data from ChangeWave Research published on Friday found that 5 percent of consumers considered themselves “very likely” to purchase a smart watch from Apple for themselves or someone else. Another 14 percent indicated they are “somewhat likely” to do the same.
By now you have probably heard about the rumored “iWatch” that our friends in Cupertino are allegedly working on. What hasn’t yet been seen however, at least out of Apple, is any vague clue as to what this thing might actually look like. Thanks to the folks at PatentlyApple, we now have such an image.
Esben Oxholm, came up with a clean, sleek design heavily inspired by the iPhone 5. In Oxholm’s concept, the outer is crafted of black aluminum while the inner is lined with soft matte rubber. Just like the iPhone, the watch features 1 home button with the rest of the action taking place on the screen. The watch size is adjustable using spacers throughout the bendy bracelet.
Swedish designer Anders Kjellberg has developed a stylish concept design for Apple’s eagerly anticipated iWatch.