Whether Apple fans will take the leap of faith, or regard the iWatch as a fancier version of an outdated technology remains to be seen.
(PRWEB) February 24, 2014
Some are old enough to remember an age before smartphones, one may remember that our daydreams about future communications and gadgetry usually had to do with wristwatches, like the walkie-talkies found in the Dick Tracy comics. In a lot of ways, a slim, credit card shaped device makes a lot more sense. But, the convenience, ease and hands-free nature of a high-tech wristwatch is still very attractive, so it’s no wonder that Apple just won’t give up on the concept.
“Even among his fiercest critics, there is little doubt that Steve Jobs was a true visionary,” said Jason Hope, expert from Arizona, “With the iWatch, we’ll see whether Apple can carry the torch of innovation even without his direct leadership.”
It’s funny to think that Apple is looking to reinvent the device that was, itself, reinvented by the iPhone. Whether Apple fans will take the leap of faith, or regard the iWatch as a fancier version of an outdated technology remains to be seen.
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