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Latest iWatch concept packs a ton of features

By Adam Zeis on 19 Feb 2014 04:20 pm

It seems like the iWatch concepts are getting more and more advanced as the weeks go by. Now we're seeing more features being plucked from the rumor mill and stuffed into cool designs — though most are still a bit too far-fetched to become a reality. The newest comes from Fuse Chicken and is a powerhouse of a device.

Looking more like a large fitness band than a watch, this design has a curved display that gives you everything you need including Siri, mail, notifications, music and fitness apps. The device could seemingly track all of your fitness needs across the board.

Keep in mind that this is just a fan-made concept, but it's still cool to see how awesome smartwatches could be down the road. Check out the video above for a quick look and hit up the comments with your thoughts!

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Latest iWatch concept packs a ton of features


I'm not going to be popular with this, but I really don't get the concepts which look more similar to a rubber 'livestrong' bracelet than an actual watch.

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I'm really looking forward to the iWatch, when/if it arrives but if its going to look like some of the concept watches I have seen so far (bangles?) it will be disapointing for me. I prefer its close to a normal looking watch, something like the pebble steel but of higher quality and with Apples Magic :)

I'm still waiting for my pebble steel to keep me going until the iWatch is wrapped around my wrist :)

Latest? Maybe there's slight difference in details but among the earliest design concepts for an iWatch, it looks something like this, a stretched iPhone fitted onto a band.

I am so confused, what pants do I wear with this iWatch... Or shirt, or can I be seen with it in the gym.... why do they not offer to implant this in my wrist...

Although some features mentioned in the demo seem unrealistic, there's a lot about this form factor which seems doable.

It will be interesting to see how the smart watch evolves and what kind of market develops around it.

It's amazing how effortlessly they jam features into something so imaginary. It doesn't even have any real thickness to it! It even has a kinetic charger and solar cells! My opinion has nothing to do with how this thing looks like a cheap plastic bangle. Too many of these concepts aren't realistic enough, or don't realistically spell out how many years away they think their design is. But, I might be surprised when Apple announces its iWhatever.