When Apple becomes invested in a new device, they take painstaking effort to be sure the product is the best it can possibly be for consumers. There is one area where Apple has not been as revolutionary as they are with their other products - the smart watch - but according to industry analysts that is all going to change. Apple has begun poaching people from different companies to assemble a team designated specifically to developing a game changer in the smart watch market.
According to a new report from Mark Gurman at 9to5Mac, Apple has added two new people to its relatively new iWatch project. Because of the background of the people who were hired - Nancy Dougherty of healthcare startup Sano Intelligence and Ravi Narasimhan of Vital Connect, a company that produces wearable biosensors - it looks like the iWatch will be totally different from any other product currently available on the market. Apple has hired groups of people with biomedical and fitness tracking backgrounds, presumably to help people keep track of their health on the go.
If and when this project comes to fruition, it is possible to be another radical invention from a company already on the cutting edge of technology. If developed right, the iWatch is possible to be on par with the iPad or Macbook Pro, two staples of Apple and the technological world.
In his report, Gurman did not have any specifics for when the new iWatch would be unveiled by the company, only that it is still in the developing stages. In the meantime, you can still enjoy any of Apple's existing products by shopping with PortableOne. If you are in the market for a customized laptop, visit us today!