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iOS plus inspired design equals awesome ‘iWatch’

Rumors have abounded this month that Apple is designing a smart watch—maybe even  a flexible-glass, slap-bracelet type of device. As cool as that sounds, an “iWatch” needs to be equal parts form and function for working adults to take it seriously. There’s still no confirmation that such a device is being developed, but let’s consider what it would take for it to have a serious impact on mobile productivity. 

Businesses are still coming to grips with the consumerization of IT and the BYOD (bring your own device) trend, with smartphones and tablets entering the workplace. Wearable tech could bring a whole new shift in mobile computing. What if an iWatch were a mobile command center that lets you get things done more efficiently? You could read email, check your schedule, set reminders, and video conference right on your wrist. An added bonus is that you’re less likely to drop or lose a device worn on your wrist.

Origins of the ‘iWatch’

I got an iPod Nano and an accompanying band to wear the device as a watch for Christmas in 2011. It’s impressive as a watch, with a variety of clock face designs to choose from, a built-in radio, Nike+ fitness functionality—and it syncs up with music and photos from my PC. But, it’s not an iOS device, and doesn’t really live up to its potential.

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