Yes, there’s already an official Apple watch, and it comes in the form of a banded iPod Nano. However, if Apple were to release a dedicated watch, this is how the device might look. Let’s just say that FaceTime would work brilliantly, should there be able to fit in an LTE chip. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
This Apple watch records in HD and comes with support for iTunes, apps, Google Maps and lots of other usual apps available on the iPhone and iPod Touch. The iWatch also comes with WiFi, Bluetooth, streaming music to headphones and a built in rechargeable Li-Ion battery. The device does Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, has 16GB of storage to offer, App Store access, AirPlay support and charging/syncing via wireless. There’s also an accelerometer on board, a proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor.