This week will see Apple publicly launching OS X Yosemite, unveiling new IPADs, and probably even a new Mac, but is shooting to steal some of that thunder by unveiling his own smartwatch. On the same day. I mean, sure, the Apple Watch is going to steal all of its thunder, but what’s to stop a member of The Black Eyed Peas from charting his own wearables course? According to the Telegraph,’s smartwatch (which we’re strongly-tempted to call the will be able to connect to a phone over Bluetooth, but will also work on its own: [] said it will feature apps such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, leading to expectations it will run on Android software. It also boasts a music service to be delievered by UK firm 7digital. … The product has a curved, not a flat screen like Apple’s watch. Pricing, style, storage size, and any other relevant specifications were absent. The watch sounds somewhat reminiscent of the Samsung Gear S, a Tizen-powered curved-display standalone smartwatch. Apple’s own watch is expected in the early parts of 2015 and will come in a variety of models. This also isn’t the first time that has dabbled in electronics. He not-so-famously launched a series of cases for the IPHONE a year ago that added an extra larger camera sensor to the phone for those that weren’t satisfied with the quality of the IPHONE‘s much-lauded camera. What could offer you in a smartwatch that Samsung, Apple, Pebble, Motorola and others have yet to offer? Source: Telegraph

Source: The IPhone Blog

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