Monday, 3 February 2014

Report: ‘iWatch’ solar and motion charging

The apples iWatch will focused on health and fitness, as we told in previous post, is now in news due to its charging options. Apple is working on a device or we can on iWatch which have not required the electricity to charge itself. Charge the wearable without plugging it in, according to a report from the New York Times. Inductive charging came in a movement of smartphones last year, like Google's Nexus 4 and Nokia's Lumia 920 range.

Report: ‘iWatch’ solar and motion charging

The iWatch will generate electromagnetic fields from charging base, which are picked up by metal coils and transformed in to for real electricity that will charge the iWatch. The solar energy and motion will used as charging motion. 

The iWatch will also work with iOS 8, the new version of iOS 8 will designed by iOS developer with upcoming iWatch in mind. Apple’s wearable technology will have sensors to track and measure characteristics of the user’s body. "Healthbook" could be the channel for users to read the statistics that the iWatch will bring together. Indeed, sources with knowledge of the iWatch’s development say that the future product is designed to be heavily dependent on the iPhone. 


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