Flexible Screen Design and Display
According to sources, it won’t require two glances to notice the uniqueness and conciseness of this wrist wear. By itself, Apple iWatch will seemingly be conspicuous and especially due to its flexible screen design and display. At night, its screen projections are clearly striking and obtrusive courtesy of a painstaking work done. What is more, previous speculations about the screen having a super-hard curved glass have started being confirmed although reports from a Korean site ET news have begun suggestions that Apple is working on an iWatch design with a flexible screen display for a stylish view.
Diversified Usage for Demanding UsersCertain sources are projecting that the iWatch will feature location information, allow users to make and receive calls as well as feature a pedometer that tracks movement and secures data for a fitness app. All these in one wrist device make the iWatch a true reflection of diversified usage. And anytime, a section of the population has marvelled at these prospects citing that it will reduce the distortion that comes from carry a phone, a tablet and sometimes a laptop when going to business trips.
A Perfect iPhone Extension
Another thing you need to know about Apple iPhone is that it will stand as some kind of an iPhone extension. This is because the watch will leverage home automation capabilities directly baked at its very face. Controlling the central lights and heats sounds as excellent additions and ones which will catapult the wrist wear away from some near competition. However, this is so an especially if it turns out to be true.
Soft and Comfortable Straps
Also for your knowledge, taking a look from previous innovations and related products such as iWatch for Nano iPod, there are projections that the Apple iWatch will definitely include uniquely-positioned and equally soft and comfortable straps. This will not only offer the iWatch some kind of favourable gradient to function regardless of the position, but will also enable the wrist wear to secure the desired position of the hand.