Apple iWatch Goes Back to the Idea of an iPod Nano With a Belt

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Created by Giorgi Tedoradze, the following Apple iWatch concept goes back to the idea of an iPod Nano of sorts stuck to a bracelet. Lately we’ve been seeing a lot of curved, flexible or round iWatches, but this one is all rectangular.


We already have a few watches to glance at, all of them launched at MWC 2014, so Apple knows what it’s up against. Fitness and a heart rate sensor are a big deal right now, apparently. This new iWatch has a main body made of aluminum and it measures 8 mm in thickness. It weighs 75 grams and integrates a 1.7 inch 320 x 640 pixel display with brilliant colors.


The Apple smartwatch features a single core 700 MHz CPU, 256 MB of RAM and 4 or 8 GB of storage. There’s iOS Lite as the platform of choice here and a 750 mAh battery to juice up the unit. The device offers 350 hours of standby time, 14 hours of Internet and up to 45 hours of music play. If you intend to use it as a watch, it can reach as much as 7 days of usage.

Giorgi’s iWatch has a front 1.2 MP camera that should provide a decent Facetime experience. In the end, do you think this could be a hit?

[via Giorgi Tedoradze]

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