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En realidad, si haces sombra con la mano, no se "medio ve", se ve perfectamente. Además, no es algo que moleste, usas el pulgar para manejarlo y el resto de la mano lo tapa, quieras que no. Muchas veces lo haces sin darte cuenta.

 

Con esto quiero decir que no es que sea una chapuza, es algo que acabas haciendo de forma completamente natural.

 

Añadir también, a los que no están convencidos de la utilidad de este reloj, que al final lo acabas usando bastante. Tienes toda la biblioteca musical, contactos, fotos...etc. Parece que duplican funciones, pero la música, por ejemplo, es mucho más cómoda en el reloj. El calendario también suele venir bien.

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Una pantalla OLED (y menos una LCD) jamás se va a ver "perfectamente" a plena luz del día. Eso es un hecho incuestionable.

También es incuestionable que entre la pantalla OLED y la luz del día suele haber algo, no se, algo como esto

 

Pero como queda bastante, igual hasta lleva un parasol de colores :rolleyes: :D Apple's Smart Watch May Not Launch Until Late 2014, Use Biometrics and iPod Nano Technology

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Rumore, rumore... :rolleyes:

 

Sobre que lleve Gorilla Glass... ¿Y? Los Galaxy llevan OLED... llevan Gorilla... y bueno... se ven a plena luz del día... pero digamos que solo "se ven". Nada que ver con como es la cosa bajo techado. En cambio, he visto un proto de e-ink color a pleno sol y... ¡Oh, my god! :blink: Eso si, para video mejor olvidarnos... :lol:

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Ya, pero los colores son muy apagados por lo que he visto, no se verían bien ni bajo techo ni a pleno sol...

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La que yo vi se veia muy bien. A ver, no son colores vivos como un LCD, pero para el uso como reloj, perfecto. Se ve de coña en exteriores, y sigue viéndose bien en casa. Solo sufre cuando no hay luz en absoluto, como cualquier otro reloj. Pero para eso inventó Dios la electroluminiscencia... :lol:

 

En cualquier caso, eso si que sería algo "distinto", más en la línea de innovar de Apple.

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La última compra de Apple podría estar destinada al iWatch: Apple acquires Passif, a developer of low-power chipsets (for iWatch?)

 

Apple has acquired chip development firm Passif. The company’s chip technologies are focused on utilizing low-power and work with low-energy Bluetooth technologies.

 

As Apple moves towards smaller devices, the talent and resources of Passif will be critical. Apple reportedly tried to buy the firm a few years earlier, but was only able to strike a deal within recent months. We previously reported that Apple has been poaching several employees from other chip makers to work on the upcoming iWatch.

 

¿Es una buena noticia o significa que el iWatch está en pañales?

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Más rumores: Apple projected to ship nearly 65M 'iWatch' units priced at $199 in first year

 

 

Apple is rumored to be gearing up to partner with Inventec in 2014 to manufacture a massive 63.4 million smart watches priced at $199, according to a new report.

 

Analyst Wang Wanli of CIMB Securities Limited revealed in a new interview with the Commercial Times that he believes Apple will launch its so-called "iWatch" in the second half of 2014. He expects annual shipments are projected to reach 63.4 million in the first year of availability — a sum that would approach total iPod sales from 2008 to 2010.

 

Most of the "iWatch" manufacturing is expected to have been won by Taiwan's Inventec, which Wanli said is presumed to receive about 60 percent of Apple's orders. His projections were highlighted on Wednesday by Macotakara.

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¿$199 un smartwatch de Apple?. Póngame dos oiga :D

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Pue si que está cerca, octubre pero de 2014: Apple's 'iWatch' Said to Arrive in October 2014 with Wireless Charging

 

According to Chinese site C Technology [Google Translate, via GForGames], Apple is planning to release its long-rumored iWatch alongside the next iPhone in October 2014, with the company having tested two iWatch prototypes. However, the report also states that Apple has not decided on the final screen size of the device, with the prototype units being powered by a 100 mAh battery. The iWatch is also said to include wireless charging capabilities which will allow the device to charge from up to a meter away.

 

Cargadores a distancia... bueno, si son de calor igual se puede cargar con un pedo de los calentitos :D (eso si sería cargar a distancia, a la que tienes que llevar el iWatch un buen rato después de cargarlo) :lol:

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Me parece teletienda disfrazada de ciencia... mi opción me parece más creible :D

 

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Eso o una bolsa de pedos y una turbina

 

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Apple estaría teniendo más problemas de los previstos: Battery, Screen and Manufacturing Issues Plaguing Apple's iWatch Development

 

Apple is experiencing multiple development issues with its iWatch, according to a new report from The Information (via Business Insider). The company is said to be facing challenges with screen technology, battery life, and manufacturing.

 

Multiple iWatch rumors have suggested that Apple is planning to incorporate an OLED display into its smart watch, but The Information notes that the company is actually having difficulties deciding on a screen technology for the device, primarily due to battery issues. For that reason, Apple considered new screen technologies to improve battery life late last year.

 

Reports of the iWatch's poor battery life first surfaced in early 2013, indicating that prototypes of the watch were seeing just a few days of battery power before needing to be recharged, with Apple hoping to expand battery life to at least four or five days between charges. It appears that battery life is still a major issue for the device, which is said to utilize a 100mAh battery that is comparable to the 105mAh battery in the sixth-generation iPod nano.

 

The Information’s report also appears to confirm a rumor from earlier this week, which suggested Apple was facing yield problems due to the finish treatments for the body of the device.

 

Apple reportedly shut down "advanced prototyping" of the watch with an unspecified manufacturer in late 2013, but it is unclear whether the shift was due to the developmental snags. In late 2013, rumors pegged Quanta as Apple’s iWatch manufacturing partner.

 

Along with manufacturing issues, iWatch development has also been somewhat impacted by the loss of a key team member, Bryan James, who recently left Apple for Nest. James, who previously worked on iPods, was a member of the iWatch team.

 

Despite the numerous issues Apple is facing with iWatch development, the company still has a "sizable team" working on overcoming the device's problems. These snags are not expected to delay the iWatch, however, which still has a prospective release date of late 2014 according to the most recent rumors.

 

Pese a todo parece que estará listo a finales de 2014

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Apple habría llegado a un acuerdo con LG para proveerla de pantallas flexibles: Sketchy Report Claims LG to Provide Flexible OLED Displays for Apple's iWatch

 

Apple has inked a deal with LG to provide flexible, plastic OLED displays for the company's iWatch product. LG is allegedly the sole supplier of the 1.52-inch panels for Apple's rumored smart watch device.

 

LG is said to be starting mass production of these flexible panels starting in July 2014 with an initial target volume of 2 million units, and Apple chose these panels because they are thin, light, and provide adequate brightness with minimal power consumption, insiders claim. LG introduced the display technology in early 2013 and incorporated the panel in its curved LG G Flex smartphone, which was unveiled in October of last year.

 

Besides a flexible display, other rumors have suggest the iWatch will be launched in the second half of 2014 with wireless charging as a possible feature. OLED has been a commonly rumored technology for the iWatch, but other sources have pointed to different display sizes for the device, including the possibility of separate sizes in the 1.3-inch and 1.6-inch ranges for men and women.

 

Apple is said to be continuing to work through issues with battery life, display technology, and manufacturing on the iWatch, with the device said to feature biosensors and mapping features and run a "full" version of iOS.

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Si fuera así, el iWatch estaría más cerca de las pulseras inteligentes que de los SmartWatches

 

También podría ser un reloj de forma convencional con correa y la pantalla flexible permitiria que se adapte mejor a la muñeca

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Apple está probando diversos tipos de carga para el iWatch: Apple Testing Induction, Solar, and Motion Charging for Curved-Glass iWatch

 

Apple is exploring a variety of different charging methods for its upcoming "iWatch" smart watch project, according to a report from The New York Times. At the top of the list for Apple appears to be induction charging, allowing users to recharge their watches wirelessly.

 

For its wristwatch, Apple has been testing a method to charge the battery wirelessly with magnetic induction, according to a person briefed on the product. A similar technology is already used in some Nokia smartphones — when a phone is placed on a charging plate, an electrical current creates a magnetic field, which creates voltage that powers the phone.

 

Other options for Apple include solar and movement-based charging, although it appears those ideas may still be several years from becoming practical. The report also reiterates the newspaper's claim from last year that the iWatch will feature a curved glass display.

 

Apple has also experimented with new power-charging methods for a potential smartwatch, people close to the efforts said, though such experiments are years from becoming a reality. The watch is expected to have a curved glass screen, and one idea is to add a solar-charging layer to that screen, which would give power to the device in daylight, they said.

 

Another experiment at Apple has involved charging the battery through movement, a method that is already used in many modern watches. A person’s arm swinging could operate a tiny charging station that generates and pushes power to the device while walking, according to a patent filed by Apple in 2009.

 

 

Probablemente consigan que la batería dure más, pero será necesario cargarlo

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Apple habría firmado a un experto de Philips Research para unirse al equipo del iWatch: Apple hires sleep research expert Roy J.E.M Raymann from Philips for iWatch team

 

Joining a longlist of Apple executives and new hires thought to be working on Apple’s highly anticipated iWatch project, the company has recently picked up Roy J.E.M Raymann from Philips Research, an expert on sleep research with extensive experience in wearables, sensors, and non-pharmacological methods of improving sleep quality. [...]

 

[...] We reported as far back as July of last year that Apple had begun assembling a team of sensor and fitness experts to work under key Apple executives on its much rumored wearables project. Since, has Apple continued to hire other experts from medical and fitness fields with experience in everything from sensor-packed medical monitoring devices to biomedical technologies, glucose sensors, and general fitness devices.

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Apple podría usar baterías escalonadas en el iWatch: Apple to Use 'Stepped Battery' Technology from LG Chem for iWatch

 

Apple will use lithium-ion batteries supplied by Samsung SDI, Tianjin Lishen Battery, and LG Chem for its upcoming iWatch, reports The Korea Herald. LG Chem in particular produces stepped batteries that are said to offer both greater longevity and greater flexibility, as they can be made in a variety of shapes.

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Estas baterías, además de tener más capacidad en el mismo espacio, son flexibles

 

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Tim Cook confirma que habrá pelotazos: Tim Cook Says Apple Working on 'Some Really Great Stuff' in New Product Categories

 

Uno será el iWatch, que cada día que pasa da la sensación que se parecerá más a las pulseras cuantificadoras (como la Nike Fuelband) que a un reloj (o lo será todo)

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Pues a mí me encantaría que fuera un concepto tipo fuelband de Nike

 

 

Pero es otro mercado que no tiene nada que ver, te pongo como ejemplo la marca Garmin, tiene su recién estrenada fuelband https://buy.garmin.com/es-ES/ES/entrenando/wellness/vivofit-/prod143405.html y se comenta que también sacarán un smartwatch.

 

Mercados diferentes y ... precios diferentes.

 

Saludos.

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Dan por hecho que llevará sensores para medir el ritmo cardiaco y los niveles de oxígeno: iWatch May Use Optical Sensors to Measure Heart Rate and Oxygen Levels

 

 

Ahora ya no solo podremos decir que estamos cardiacos ante una Keynote, sino que podremos decir cuán de cardiacos estamos :D

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Todo el movimiento en la fábrica de zafiro de Apple podría estar encaminado al iWatch: Apple rumored to use sapphire screen for 'iWatch'

 

The rumors indicate that the wrist-worn device's 2-inch diagonal display will in fact bear a protective sapphire layer, much like the sapphire crystals used in other high-end watches.

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Apple podría empezar a fabricar el iWatch a mediados de este año: Sketchy rumor suggests iWatch will have a curved, flexible display; mass production 2nd half of 2014

 

mass production expected in the second half of the year.

 

No va mal que avisen ahora, así podemos ir ahorrando para el regalo de navidades :D

 

 

 

No puedo evitar acordarme de Bardem y sus dos Rolex en Huevos de oro :lol:

 

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"A mi me gusta tener dos de todo."

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Jamas dejare de usar relojes de calidad por llevar horteradas tecnológicas de cualquier marca incluso apple en mi muñeca, eso sera su fracaso, somos muchos los fans de los relojes de calidad, ahi apple se equivoca, antes un llavero, jamas un reloj electrónico aunque hable solo y sea apple jamas!!!

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