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Apple iTime Smartwatch

  • Posted by Milton Bertrand
  • September 11, 2014 4:04 PM EDT
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"It means more to us to get it right than to be first," Apple CEO Tim Cook explained to analysts earlier this year.

While everyone is talking about the Apple iTime Smartwatch that was revealed on Tuesday (09/09/2014) as the next big thing has been in the work for sometimes.

There are many patents that are granted for products that never make it to market. The application for this particular Apple iTime Smartwatch was originally filed almost exactly three years ago; it shows that this is a product category that Apple has been considering for some time now. Tuesday marked a crucial attempt to prove technological tastemakers that Apple still has the power to mesmerize the public at large. Despite the fact that Apple is not the first with a smart watch, however Apple is on the verge to do it again.  

If any company can transform the landscape, it is more likely to be Apple Inc. Apple shifted the direction of digital technology with the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Other MP3 music players, smart phones and tablet computers were first to market, but the devices didn't capture the fascinated attention of consumers until Apple imbued (inspired) them with a sense of elegance, and convenience.

"It means more to us to get it right than to be first," Apple CEO Tim Cook explained to analysts earlier this year.

Below is an article that I wrote earlier this year after the patent issued to Apple for iTime Smartwatch. U.S. Patent 8,787,006, which was submitted in July 2011 but made public on Tuesday 22 July 2014. Here is a summary of the invention.