What do you think the Apple wearable needs to be a revolutionary product? The question of the week

¿Qué creéis que necesita el wearable de Apple para ser un producto revolucionario?

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What do you think the Apple wearable needs to be a revolutionary product? The question of the week
What do you think the Apple wearable needs to be a revolutionary product? The question of the week

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Comentarios cerradosTemas de interés A presentation that Apple itself has decided to prepare in a special way. The Flint Center is a huge room that can accommodate over 2,000 people inside, the same place where the original Mac was presented so many years ago. Then there’s the strange construction covered by a gigantic white canvas and which is taller than the Flint building itself.

This is an event that is out of the ordinary in every way. And then there are the statements that have been left by their executives over the last few months, like this one by Eddy Cue that adds more fuel to the fire:

These preparations and statements, together with the fact that media such as ReCode, traditionally close to Apple, take the introduction of an iWatch for granted, make us all think that a new product category will be introduced . A wearable or an iWatch, whatever you want to call it. But what would this new device need to succeed?

That is why this week’s question is:

What do you think the Apple wearable needs to be a revolutionary product?

The previous question of the week was about the best trick you know for OS X and iOS. The most voted answer according to the community was Bruno Nievas’:

Although this is the most voted one, there are a lot more in the post that you will surely find very useful. It’s worth taking a look at them.

We remind you that to leave your answer you must access the question created in the Apple Answers section. Comments for this entry will remain closed . See you next week with a new question and the most voted answer to this week’s question.

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