KGI securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo has published a rough outline of Apple's 2014 roadmap, which includes a lower-cost iMac, an upgraded iPad Air/iPad Mini, new iWatch (in two sizes) and a 4.7-inch/5.5-inch iPhone.
Samsung, Apple and a number of other industry heavyweights are poised to make a run for the next "iPod event." As such, I thought it would be interesting to explore how a corporation could go about recreating an iPod, iPhone, or iPad moment with yet another mobile device.
A recent report claims Apple is "aggressively" hiring engineers for its iWatch team to "iron out" a number of issues related to the device's design.
Although Apple has yet to confirm the existence of a smart watch, Citigroup analyst Oliver Chen believe the device may represent a multi-billion dollar opportunity for Cupertino.
I recently read a rather interesting piece in the Atlantic about the advent of the Smart Watch. This prompted me to think about the upcoming battle between the iWatch, Apple’s rumored wrist mounted device, and Google Glass which puts the display in front of your face.
Apple's reported to be working on a smart watch boasting a curved touchscreen and running iOS.