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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!!!

Uno a juego con los relojes con correa de piel que usan algunos

 

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Los trolls salen por la noche ¿no?

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Lo malo que tiene llevar uno de estos si al final lo sacan, es que en verano, le estas diciendo a todos los manguis que llevas un iPhone encima, no hace falta ni sacarlo.

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Yo use el reloj inteligente de Sony con un Android, y la verdad es que tiene cierta utilidad. Esta claro que no es para todo el mundo... Pero no tener que sacar el teléfono del bolsillo para casi nada a mi me pareció útil.

 

El problema del reloj de Sony, el de primera generación, es que directamente no se ve a la luz del día, la pantalla era muy pequeña incluso para mensajes cortos de wassap, y su integración era un desastre teniendo que trastear mucho para configurarlo de forma medianamente útil.

 

Pero, en mi opinión, sus virtudes están ahí. Después de llevarlo un tiempo, cuando volví a iPhone tuve que dejar el reloj, y durante un tiempo seguía mirando mi reloj de toda la vida a ver si tenia algo nuevo (desactivas vibración y sonido del movil, y todo te llega al reloj). Me sorprendió lo rápido que me había acostumbrado a llevarlo, y eso que como digo, la integración, los errores y la poca usabilidad por el hardware pequeño y lento hacían de el un producto muy muy verde.

 

Parece que Apple quiere ir a donde esta caminado Samsung, reloj inteligente con pulsometro que junto al coprocesador M7 te pueden hacer una monitorizacion de tu cuerpo, y seguro que todo coordinado con alguna aplicación extraordinariamente integrada con todo el ecosistema Apple, con Siri para hacer determinadas cosas y puede que alguna sorpresa.

 

Bueno, yo entiendo que no es para todo el mundo.Pero a mi me resulto MUY cómodo usar el reloj para ver quien llama (y colgarle si no interesa) o quien escribe, o cualquier notificación, sin tener que sacar el teléfono del bolsillo mas que para lo realmente importante. Yo me acostumbre rápido, y durante un tiempo lo eche de menos. Si Apple lo termina sacando, seguro que la experiencia será muy superior, de modo que estoy interesado y puede tener un hueco en la muñeca de muchas personas.

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El iWatch podría llegar antes de final de año: Apple Reportedly Targeting Q3 2014 Launch for iWatch

 

An alleged bill of materials for Apple’s upcoming iWatch has surfaced, with supply chain sources indicating that the product will launch in the third quarter of this year, reports Taiwan’s Economic Daily News [Google Translation] (via DigiTimes).

 

The report claims that the iWatch itself will be manufactured by Apple supplier Quanta Computer, with Richtek Technology and TPK supplying chips and sapphire touch panels, respectively. Meanwhile, the device’s processor is said to be developed by Apple, with chip production being outsourced to Samsung.

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Se acotan las fechas, podría ser en septiembre: Apple Expected to Unveil iWatch in September as Suppliers Deliver Circuit Board Samples

 

Three Apple suppliers have delivered samples of flexible circuit boards for the iWatch as the device is now expected to be unveiled in September, reports DigiTimes.

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Segunda fuente, va a ser que si: Apple Aiming to Introduce iWatch at October Event

 

People familiar with Apple's plans tell Code/red the company hopes to schedule a special event that month to show off the device, which is designed to make good use of the HealthKit health and fitness information-gathering app it recently showed off at WWDC. Could things change between now and fall? That's certainly possible. But right now October is the target date.

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Apple habría empezado la producción: Taiwan's Quanta to start mass production of Apple's smartwatch in July

 

(Reuters) - Taiwan's Quanta Computer Inc 2382.TW will start mass production of Apple Inc's AAPL.O first smartwatch in July, a source familiar with the matter said, as the U.S. tech giant tries to prove it can still innovate against rival Samsung Electronics Co Ltd.

 

The watch, which remains unnamed but which company followers have dubbed the iWatch, will be Apple's first foray into a niche product category that many remain skeptical about, especially as to whether it can drive profits amid cooling growth in tech gadgets.

 

 

 

Varios tamaños y más de diez sensores (entre los que podría estar un medidor de glucosa): Apple's 'iWatch' to pack in 10+ sensors for health & fitness tracking, to come in multiple sizes

 

 

 

Apple habría contactado con deportistas profesionales para probarlo: Apple said to team up with pro athletes to test iWatch fitness capabilities

 

Apple has teamed up with some of the sports world’s most notable professional athletes in order to test the upcoming “iWatch’s” fitness capabilities in intense training environments, according to a source with knowledge of the testing. This source says that Apple has invited athletes from the MLB, NHL, and NBA to its Cupertino-based campus on multiple occasions over the past several weeks to brief the players on the upcoming wearable device and provide an opportunity for testing to be conducted in professional conditioning environments.

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Hasta que no haga análisis de sangre y de colesterol, no pienso comprarlo :P :D :P

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Hola a to2.

 

Pues como pongan un sensor de glucosa y no se tengan que comprar las tiras reactivas, algún laboratorio farmaceútico pondrá alguna demanda... ;)

 

Un saludo del Tiflo

 

 

Varios tamaños y más de diez sensores (entre los que podría estar un medidor de glucosa): Apple's 'iWatch' to pack in 10+ sensors for health & fitness tracking, to come in multiple sizes

 

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Dos tamaños y tres modelos: Apple Said to Be Planning Three iWatch Models from 1.6 to 1.8 Inches, Sapphire on High End

 

According to a new report [Google Translate] from Taiwan's Economic Daily News (via G for Games), Apple is planning to launch three versions of the iWatch in the third quarter of this year. The lineup is said to include a model with a 1.6-inch display and two models with 1.8-inch displays, with the high-end version of the larger size coming with a sapphire display cover for durability.

 

 

Sería curioso que el tope de gama fuera el que lleva pantalla de zafiro y que las pruebas digan que se rompe con más facilidad que los otros dos que llevan Gorilla Glass (si finalmente es así y no todos llevan zafiro) :rolleyes:

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Patente de Apple: Apple granted comprehensive 'iTime' smartwatch patent with in-strap circuitry, arm gesture support

 

In one of the clearest signs that Apple is — and has been — working on a smartwatch device, the Cupertino company was on Tuesday granted a patent for a wrist-worn wearable with augmented strap capabilities, support for arm and wrist gestures, advanced proximity-sensing circuitry and much more.

 

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Rumores que Apple estaría teniendo problemas con el cristal de zafiro y podría afectar a la producción: Apple likely to ship only 3 million 'iWatch' units this year, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says

 

In a note to investors, a copy of which was obtained by AppleInsider, Kuo of KGI Securities said he believes the market is expecting that Apple will ship between 5 million and 10 million "iWatch" units before the end of 2014. But he now expects that issues will push production of the device will be pushed back from September to the second half of November, resulting in fewer units available.

 

This anticipated shorter period of production has prompted Kuo to decrease his projected build plans from 5 million units this year to just 3 million units.

 

In addition, Kuo also anticipates that Apple may face sapphire cover lens production bottlenecks. As a result, he predicts that at least half of finished "iWatch" products will ship with glass covers instead of sapphire.

 

 

Apple contrató a dos ingenieros de Nike Fuelband: Apple Hires Two Former Nike FuelBand Engineers, Possibly for iWatch Team

 

Apple snapped up two of the former FuelBand team members in June, Ryan Bailey and Jon Gale. As noted by 9to5Mac, Bailey, who served as a Senior Test and Validation Engineer at Nike is now listed as a Mechanical Design Engineer at Apple, while Gale, who was a Senior Firmware Engineer at Nike is now employed as a Sensing Systems Engineer at Apple.

 

 

Y también al director de ventas de TAG Heuer: TAG Heuer Sales Director Patrick Pruniaux Joins Apple in Run-Up to iWatch Launch

 

TAG Heuer confirmed to MacRumors that Patrick Pruniaux is the employee who left for Apple. Pruniaux's former position was Vice President Global Sales & Retail.

 

 

 

Interesante artículo sobre las contrataciones de Apple para el proyecto iWatch, tanto tecnológicas como de la moda: From fashion to fitness: the experts behind Apple’s wearable future

 

Actualizado: From fashion to fitness part II: Apple hires a pair of key Nike FuelBand engineers

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La presión de la competencia podría hacer que se presente en septiembre: Apple to Unveil Wearable Device on September 9 Alongside iPhone 6

 

 

Apple has plans to unveil its upcoming wearable device in September, alongside the iPhone 6, reports Re/code. The site previously suggested Apple had planned to debut the device at an October event, but now says that Apple's plans have changed.

 

According to Re/code, the device will "make good use" of both HealthKit and HomeKit, two sets of APIs that were introduced during WWDC. HealthKit, which ties into Apple's iOS 8 Health app, focuses on health and fitness, while HomeKit is a home automation platform designed to allow users to control a variety connected devices.

 

Though Apple has plans to introduce a wearable device in September, there is no word on when the device might ship. Given a lack of part leaks and rumors pointing towards a late 2014 or early 2015 launch, it is likely the device will be shown several months before it will be available to consumers.

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Aunque es muy probable que el iWatch sea presentado el próximo 9 de septiembre, podría retrasarse su venta hasta 2015: Apple's wearable 'iWatch' not expected to ship until early 2015

 

Though Apple is expected to unveil its hotly anticipated "iWatch" at a forthcoming Sept. 9 event, the device won't actually ship to consumers for some time, potentially missing the holiday season entirely and arriving in stores in early 2015, according to a new report.

 

 

La producción debe estar muy verde si van a dejar pasar las navidades

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Apple no le ha puesto precio todavía, podría estar entorno a 400€: Apple Reportedly Weighing $400 Price Range for Upcoming Wearable Device

 

 

In the latest of a string a reports regarding Apple's plans for its upcoming wearable device, Re/code reports company executives have "discussed" a rough price of $400 for the device. That is merely a range, however, with cheaper models perhaps also in the works.

 

Apple executives have discussed charging around $400 for the company’s new wearable device.

 

Pricing has yet to be finalized for the forthcoming product, which is expected to begin shipping next year. Sources say consumers should expect a range of prices for different models including lower priced versions.

 

The report indicates that it is unclear whether Apple will have the pricing issue settled in time for its September 9 media event where it will reportedly show off the device, popularly referred to as the iWatch. If not, the company would remain silent on pricing for the time being and announce it a later date closer to launch, which may not occur until early next year.

 

 

 

Sobre el precio, la gente comenta que entre un iWatch y un iPad mini escogerían lo segundo si realmente es ese... me ha recordado este post :D

 

El smartwatch definitivo:

 

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Va a ser que si, dos tamaños, pantalla curva y NFC: iWatch With Curved OLED Display to Include NFC for Mobile Payments

 

Apple's upcoming "iWatch", reportedly set to be unveiled at next Tuesday's media event, will include near field communications (NFC) technology, according to The Wall Street Journal. The technology, which has already been seen on a leaked iPhone 6 logic board, will likely be used to support a mobile payments initiative.

 

NFC wireless is central to Apple's plans to incorporate so-called tap-to-pay into its mobile devices, allowing users to pay for goods and services using credit cards stored with iTunes, people close to Apple said.

 

The report goes on to claim the iWatch will be available in two sizes and carry a curved OLED display. And as extensively rumored, the device will include a variety of health and fitness sensors.

 

The report also reiterates recent claims that while the iWatch will be unveiled next week, it will not begin shipping until somewhat later, perhaps not until early 2015.

 

 

Que lo anuncien ahora pero lo vendan dentro de 6 meses es buena idea, así dan tiempo a empeñar hasta las cejas :D

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Jony Ive, según un diseñador de Apple, parece que ha hablado sobre lo que ocurrirá con los relojes suizos

 

According to a designer who works at Apple, Jonathan Ive, Apple’s design chief, in bragging about how cool he thought the iWatch was shaping up to be, gleefully said Switzerland is in trouble — though he chose a much bolder term for “trouble” to express how he thought the watchmaking nation might be in a tough predicament when Apple’s watch comes out.

 

Recogido por 9to5mac, aunque publicado en el New York Times

 

Al paso que vamos, ahorrando unos eurillos cada día, más que un iwatch, nos vamos a poder comprar un rolex de oro :D

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Había rumores sobre los materiales del iWatch, incluso hablaban de uno chapado en oro :blink:

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