Apple’s iWatch is expected to be unveiled this Tuesday alongside the long awaited iPhone 6, and the iWatch seems to be a top-secret new product as there have been close to no hardware leaks whatsoever.
There are clues and obvious traits the iWatch will have in aspects of design. However, much word is circulating about the battery life of the iWatch being incredibly bad. Something Samsung actually tried to mock with the iPhone, by utilizing a black and white display feature to save battery on a Galaxy S5. (Who wants to see videos in monochrome? Nobody that’s who.)
A new video circulated out of China with a possible clone or working model of the iPhone 6 being shown off in a video review. It shows off the vastly improved camera, as well as the overall feel of the device compared to the iPhone 5S. With the detail shown, you can expect the iWatch to mimic the design of the bevels and soft curves to make an awesome smart watch.
Gallery of iPhone 6 Design:
iPhone 6 Improvements:
What to expect with iWatch’s design after iPhone 6 Leak:
Hopes for iWatch:
Slap bracelet/interchangeable wrist bands and affordable price point (under $300).
What do you think of the iWatch and iPhone leaks? Leave a comment!
iPhone 6 Comparison Gallery and iWatch Insight Apple’s iWatch is expected to be unveiled this Tuesday alongside the long awaited iPhone 6, and the iWatch seems to be a top-secret new product as there have been close to no hardware leaks whatsoever.
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Finally a desktop cloud sync client that doesn’t suck.
The long awaited release of MEGA’s Mac OS X sync client is here and yes it is OS X Yosemite ready. The battery impact is low, and the upload speed is just as incredible as using it through Safari/Chrome so there’s no worry of sacrificing anything you need.
With MEGA sync creating it’s own directory folder in the sidebar of your Finder you…
With Facebook on the way out like MySpace, Twitter staying true to tweeting and Google+ still being the redheaded step child, people are wondering where to turn to next. Instagram is nice but you don’t really care about pictures of your friends kids, and liking those pictures just becomes a fucking job. People are wondering what is next? Will it have people to follow?
Well. Yes and no. Apple…
With WWDC 2014 being a massive deal for developers, and iCloud getting a huge boost by turning into iCloud drive, there were some disappointments at least on my end.
Why was I disappointed (slightly)? Because Apple did what Mega Syncalready does. Being able to save files that aren’t really iOS accessible to a cloud device via e-mail or Safari (what have you). Given that iCloud backs up your…
With iOS 7 being a huge leap for Apple, iOS 8 may be complimentary to it instead of a radical addition of features. Rather the focus may be more on OS X, and the long outdated design of the desktop. iOS 8 is expected to have HealthBook to go along with the iWatch that should release this Fall, but here’s more on what to possibly expect.
With HealthBookit will pretty much be like carrying a…
With rumors getting heavier about the iPhone 6, and even stronger rumors of an OS X re-vamp in design to closer match the subtle layer style of iOS 7/8. Rumors are also coming around of iOS 8 including multi-screen or picture in picture functionality, but with limited use as to iPhone generations.
This means is that multi-screen/PiP is probably only going to be released on the iPhone 6 (and…
A post from anonymous information sharing platform Secret claims an ex-disgruntled Apple employee leaked the EarPods headphone secret that will have integrated heart rate and blood pressure sensors, along with an iBeacon. As this is just a random post, it’s a fairly accurate idea to an insightful view on how Apple plans to bring biometrics into play.
Now the Samsung Galaxy S5 has a built in heart rate monitor (primarily software) as they use the same technique the iPhone 5S uses to measure heart rate by pressing your fingertip against the iPhone camera/dual LED flash. This however, will introduce automatic readings of heart rate and blood pressure sensors in the most logical and accurate of arteries the Carotid.
Seeing as how when a person is checked for a pulse they usually check the carotid artery (neck), which is just where the current EarPods drape over with their cord. This will leave a person handsfree to Siri their heart rate and blood pressure as they are exercising for instance. No more picking up your phone and using the camera to check your levels.
Apple’s new EarPods will have sensors in them, for heart rate & blood pressure. Also iBeacons so they don’t get lost. They will require the lightning port, it’s why the audio jack was moved to the bottom.
It stores the data in a similar way to thumbprint point data, fully encrypted and nothing identifiable. But nice to send to your doctor to keep track of at which point your blood pressure started rising for example.
Redesigned remote too. Extra mic for better noise canceling.
It is plausible to say that there will be 2 versions of the EarPods with slight re-designs. One with just a redesigned remote and mic for better noise canceling, and the other carrying those along with the blood pressure and heart rate monitors at a higher price tag.
Apple has had remnants of patents filed from 2006/2007 of sensors being implements to products to collect physiological data, so this is nothing insanely new as far as technology is concerned. However, it is extremely convenient for keeping up with your doctors if you suffer from health problems or are just basically a health nut.
Since iOS 7′s release a HealthBook has been heavily rumored for iOS 8 with a mass amount of health-related information. The upcoming heavily rumored iWatch is expected to have biometrics included, and this can launch a unified health related technology platform for Apple that has been rumored for years now.Apple To Release Special Biometric EarPods in Near Future A post from anonymous information sharing platform Secret claims an ex-disgruntled Apple employee leaked the EarPods headphone secret that will have integrated heart rate and blood pressure sensors, along with an iBeacon.
Now there are some notes to point out:
So yet another but yet possibly close concept to the Apple iWatch has been released, but the iOS 7 screenshots look close to what could be the UI of the iWatch.
This is a far shot from the slap bracelet outlined in their patent Application from back in February 2013, but it could be a great competitor still for the Samsung Galaxy Watch that is currently available to the public.
Watch out (no pun intended) and look out for 3D rendered leaks, and follow @MacMurmur on twitter for more as Apple news develops.Possible iWatch Gallery A close concept from @AppleInternal’s twitter account via @downhoard this morning (US time) showcases the iWatch prototypes and screenshots of the home screen.
Comcast will be streaming live TV through Apple TV in 2015 as per a inside source. Comcast has been in talks with Apple for a long time going, and the only thing holding Apple from streaming is Comcast’s infrastructure. Comcast definitely has the technology to stream TV to the Apple set-top box, but it’s still in it’s infancy as far as being able to handle the data.
Basically the live TV data…
Here’s a guide to help you get the best missions that pay up and give you a great time with other players online. The ever popular missions are going to be listed, as well as how to access any mission from GTA V Online (that you have unlocked).
Go to: Online>Jobs>Host Job>Rockstar Created>Missions
These are the best paying/experience giving missions in GTA V Online, and if you don’t see them in…