iWatch to come with flexible display, wireless charging; iPhone 6 to feature one-handed mode

Most of us now waiting for Apple's media event which is going to be on September 9, the company said that it will live stream the iPhone media event so everyone can watch it online from home. Today New York Times has posted a new article showing a number of features of the upcoming iPhone 6 and iWatch, many of which we're hearing for the first time..


New York Times are reporting that Apple has put "enormous amount of time and money" on making the sensors of the iWatch more advanced, so that it can track your heart rate, blood pressure, foot steps and other health things...

The device will come in two sizes, and have a flexible display protected by Sapphire glass to make it tough. The sensors and chips in the device are “about the size of a postage stamp,” which we hope would translate to a small form factor but a large battery.

That's not all, iWatch will feature a wireless charging. Apple tried to incorporate solar charging too, but it didn’t work out.

As I said many times, iWatch should be unveiled on September 9, but being made available for sale much later, possibly early 2015.

iPhone 6

NYT says that the iPhone 6′s larger screen would warrant some changes in iOS, which Apple calls the one-handed mode:
To deal with concerns that a bigger phone will make typing with one hand difficult (the current iPhone has a 4-inch screen), some changes to the design of the iPhones’ software interface will allow people to type or use apps with just one hand — there will be a one-handed mode that can be switched on and off, two employees said.
So what do you think ?

[via NYT]


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