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Ahh ...I assume that there will be a way for the individual to squeeze the band to fit the wrist comfortably and stay in place. Several ways to do this -- the worst being a snake bracelet.I also think that it will be worn with the face on the inside. This protects the display, allows discreet glances at the display and facilitates raising the iWatch to your ear/mouth for private phone calls or private Siri orders.Or, they could just include some Velcro tape in the...
LOL. I want video editing first!
BTW, I love the mockup:I can visualize different widths, colors, textures, styles to appeal to women and men, alike.Can't you just picture a textured gold lamé band with a clear display ... guess I'll leave that to the Apple fashionistas!The incorporation of the band could solve any battery capacity issues.
It can do things without the need to take it out f your pocket/purse/backpack ... It's just there, and it just works!Receive and reply to notifications, monitor/report on activities and health data, securely buy things, find things (surf), give you directions/location information, receive and make phone calls, receive iBeacon alerts, respond to Siri commands, make a style/fashion statement ... Oh, and tell you the time!The iWatch is an iPhone (or iPad) accessory -- it...
WOT: There's more to life than just shopping ...
It occurs to me that we all are overlooking something ... We're discussing the technical aspects of buying things and, specifically paying for our purchases ... There is another perspective that could prove more rewarding to customers, merchants, credit providers and Apple, alike ... The social * aspect of shopping and buying. What if, while shopping, the shopping customer realizes that the items at hand would be of interest to friend(s) -- whether the ...
Here's a picture of the new iWatch:... 'Splain to me just how that would work
^^^ Oye, oye, oye!That's why Apple calls them iPhones and iPads -- not wePhones and wePads!
Even more than NFC, the iPhone 5S and, likely, every new iDevice will have TouchID.The cc providers could benefit from at least one higher tier of security with a TouchID Apple device:TouchID secured -- one-time, single-vendor-targeted, time-limited token exchange between an iDevice and and the vender terminal/backend processor TouchID secured ad hoc cc data exchange between an iDevice and and the vender terminal/backend processorBoth of the above, are more secure...
What's to prevent Apple from setting up a separate company as a bank/credit card provider?Maybe iBank The separate, wholly-owned company would be subject to regulation -- but not Apple, Inc.Same way Apple could establish an MVNO as a separate, wholly-owned company.
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