Much technology for wear over awaits us in the next few years, and one of the hottest in the world of the rumor mill is a “smart clock” signed by Apple. Interestingly, Foxconn, responsible for making gadgets for the Californian company, is playing with prototypes that are compatible with the iPhone.
The Chinese company has shown a prototype that displays Facebook notifications or missed calls, at the same time that monitors some of our vital signs and movements. If some of these data are not good for the user, it would notify us.
Logically connected to the iPhone wirelessly, and although we do not find material on the network to know their look – aside from the image that introduces the news-we are confident that we will soon see something. The prototype has been shown at an investor meeting this same Wednesday.
Updates in regards to hardware will be reaching the prototype constantly since Foxconn seems to be what you are interested in trying things with him, rather than to develop a final product. It speaks of a fingerprint reader that would block the use of the device or parts of the same access.
Recently we found the third evolution of intelligent Sony Mobile clock, and some analysts are running that Apple is also in it. Taking into account the advanced that Google has the project of his glasses, it wouldn’t surprise us to know that it is also in garlic.