Why Apple’s iWatch may be just the device that’ll help you get through this year’s dark internet
iWatch will be the watch that makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time, that you’re just watching what you want, and that you’ll forget everything.
And that, as a smartwatch, you’ll be the one to get caught up.
We’ve seen Apple’s smartwatch line do something similar before, in the form of the iPhone X, with a similar concept.
That one has an incredibly powerful processor and battery that’s far beyond what a regular watch would be able to muster.
It’s a very smartwatch—and it’s also a very expensive one, at $2,799.
It won’t be the only smartwatch that can do this, either, as the company is reportedly working on a “smartwatch 2,” though it’s not clear when this will actually come to market.
The new iWatch, on the other hand, will be a far more elegant device, with just three major components: a curved display, a 5-inch screen, and a wireless charging system.
We’ll cover the new watch’s specifications in a bit, but here’s a brief overview of the four major parts of the iWatch: display