Apple experimenting with watch-like device
- USA: Tuesday, February 12 - 2013 at 03:13
Apple Inc. is testing designs for a watch-like device that would perform some functions of a smartphone, Wall Street Journal has reported, citing people briefed on the effort. The company has discussed such a device with its major manufacturing partner Foxconn, one of these people said, as part of explorations of potentially large product categories beyond the smartphone and tablet. Capabilities that Apple is exploring for wearable devices remain unclear, but analysts and investors who have been tracking the field predict the company would release a product with many different functions and that the device would work closely with the iPhone.
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