Innovation is the king in the digital world! There's indeed a lot going on: On Wednesday morning, Google quietly published a new video for its Glass Project with embedded computers that can screen information to a tiny screen in front of the users' eyes. Recent reports suggest that Samsung is preparing to a Galaxy Watch, which is supported by the appearance of purported screenshots of the watch's interface originated on a Korean message board, the device is codenamed as "Galaxy Altius".
However, as the guru of digital world, Apple which has won astonishing success of the iPad and iPhone, is now said to have a strong innovation culture than ever had before, stated Tim Cook at Goldman's conference, but not many people seem to believe him.
With recent reports by both the New York Times and The Wall Street Journal about Apple's new project "iWatch", fueled by Bloomberg on Tuesday evening when it reported that Apple's iWatch is real and it's likely "beyond the experimentation phase;" its resources suggest that a team of more than 100 Apple employees is currently working on the device, however, speculations about the recent wave of coverage of Apple's rumored "iWatch" are all over the place.
One theory is that Apple wanted to prove to the world it's developing a smartwatch, given the surging rumors about its rival-Samsung's "Galaxy Altius". Forbes contributor Nigam Arora suggests that Apple might have planted the stories "out of desperation" to show they are still innovating.
Whatever the motivation, whether the iWatch is real or not, it's safe to say Apple's trying hard and we should wait and see.comments powered by Disqus