Like the way the Apple Watch looks, but don’t want to spend a few hundred bucks? Cheap Chinese knock-off makers are here to save the day! At first glance, this $16 wristwatch looks just like Apple’s popular timepiece.
If you are the Indiana Jones type or just someone who loves the outdoors, you want to protect your Apple wearable from the environment. Well, a new Apple Watch protective case created by MTM Special Ops Watches delivers a weapons grade aluminium or titanium casing that will keep your Apple Watch protected from the elements and just about everything else.
The Apple Watch has no cameras of its own, mostly because there would be a battery life issue. Instead, it can just be used to control the cameras on your iPhone. If you want cameras on your wrist, a company called Glide is showing off a new product that is a watch band for the Apple Watch that adds two cameras.
The charger that comes with the Apple watch is not that fancy. It just (barely) sticks to the watch and charges it. If you want something as fancy as the Apple Watch itself to charge it, you want the LIFT charger.
As cool as the Apple Watch is, many people still find themselves wanting to wear an old analog timepiece. Maybe they like the weight of it, or the aesthetic. Whatever the reason, these people wish they could have both on their wrist.
A few years ago, we saw that Microsoft’s Kinect sensor could be used to control a quadcopter with hand gestures. In the future, we might be able to do that and more using wearable devices, thanks to Taiwanese company PVD+.
Vivian Muller designed this cool charging stand that takes your Apple watch and makes it into a cute monster. It’s very minion-like. Very adorable.
Your Apple watch has zero personality while charging right now, but the Watchme solves that problem and gives you a cool little cyclops buddy.
Another day, another Apple Watch destroyed by a gadget killing maniac. Earlier this week, we saw the Will it Blend crew grind an Apple Watch into black power inside a massive Blendtec blender. I’m still amazed that there was nothing left of the Apple Watch after the blending process but toxic dust.
You can probably guess that I am a serious gadget hound. I like gadgets even if many of them are of questionable use. It’s sort of like a Dungeon Master collecting every die he can lay hands on just in case they ever need to roll a 1-in-50 chance of a Paladin getting demonic syphilis.
The Apple Watch is causing quite a buzz these days. And while reviews have been mixed, I’m still planning on ordering one, since I feel that I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t at least try one for a few weeks.
We’ve seen a felt model of Apple’s polarizing smartwatch. Professional LEGO builder Chris McVeigh aka Power Pig made an equally cute LEGO version of the watch and showed it off on his blog and Facebook page.
No matter what you think of the Apple Watch, it’s definitely got a distinctive look – especially the user interface. For those of you jumping on the bandwagon, you’ll have to wait until the end of April before you’ll be able to wear one.
Since the Apple Watch was revealed, many iPhone users have wanted to have the smartwatch’s interface on their phone. The jailbreak community quickly went to work, first with an interactive demo, then with an actual launcher that was meant mostly for testing.
Apple today revealed it’s long-anticipated entry into the wearable tech space, with its first ever smartwatch. No longer dubbed “iWatch,” the timepiece is named simply “Apple Watch“. The watch is designed to be the most accurate watch available, incredibly customizable, and work seamlessly with iPhone, health and fitness apps.