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In this world of technology apple watch is a new addition to the teach hunger people. This is the no. 1 leading company that keeps the tech loving people on a run. With every announcement of a new product from Apple Inc. makes the technology loving people anxious. IPod, iPhone, iMac, MacBook, Apple Watch, Apple TV is very popular staffs of Apple Inc. Tech products like these make the world easier than previous times.
It seems like a beautiful smartphone that you can buy for your wrist. Yeah, it’s a watch I agree with you, but it can do most of the things what world’s most smartphones do. From any other wrist device, apple watch is a bit more stylish and of course, it’s more stylish than any other smart watch. Apple Watch is not a must have accessory. You will be happy and amazed by its abilities; it can open hotel doors, can keep an eye on the health issue. It also has music playing and email sending and receiving ability with much more awesome features.
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“I would love to see Siri get a speed boost,” said Jeremy Olson, founder and lead designer at Tapity, an Apple Design Award-winning app company. “Which would probably involve internet connectivity and processor improvements, to me, Siri is much more useful on the watch than on the iPhone because it’s always right there on your wrist and you can use it hands-free by just saying, ‘hey, Siri’.” “If this feature was faster and more accurate, I would use Siri on my Apple Watch all the time to set reminders, add notes, text my wife, and do loads of other things on the go,” he also said.
Siri is one of the best features and for Apple Watch 2 Siri needs some development to make it more helpful.
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“Waterproof it, Apple, please,” pleads Bernard Desernauts, CEO of Wristly, and the largest independent Apple Watch research platform. Every day the world is getting more digitalized and depending more on the technology than previous. So, people want their wearable staff is more preferable and more useful anywhere anytime in the world. The first Apple Watch was not waterproof and it was absolutely baffling. It was able to avoid a little bit of moisture, generated when to exercise. But that’s not really enough in the rain, at swimming, hand washing, and in the shower session. That’s why time demands a waterproof Apple Watch II.
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Users of Apple Smart Watch are not very disturbed with the battery life; yet, the Apple Watch II is expected to get a battery upgrade. Most of the high-tech smart watches don’t have very long battery life and to consume more space in marketplace, long battery life is one of the great issues in this time. And the technology news saying, Apple Watch can have an upgraded processor. Rumors are that the new chip will speed up the smart watch perhaps decrease apps load time. That’s why battery life needs to increase. And, as a user my opinion is; if the battery last one or two extra days that will be really awesome.
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People have a question in their mind about the new Apple Smart watch design. Kuo the Apple analyst state that, Apple will wait until 2017 to completely redesign it. He doesn’t know how much redesign will it be, but apparently it can have a thinner profile and smaller bezel. It might have a video camera.
A camera for FaceTime calls:
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To help people receive FaceTime video calls from Apple Watch, it might have a video camera for video calling rather than just staying with the audio calls only. Daniel Thomas, a UX designer, who has previously collaborated with Apple said, “I loved the idea of all the tilt-based interactions. The Philips Hue app and Apple Pay. Sending sketches and heartbeats are all well and good, but the thrill quickly wore off for me because there was no real benefit. That would change with FaceTime. If I’m in the future, I should be able to video-conference from my wrist. The next Watch has got to have a front-facing HD camera.”
Apple indicates its interest in FaceTime video camera for Apple Watch at WWDC this year. It’s for making and receiving video calls from the wrist at anytime and anywhere.