Apple Wanted To Build A Far Smarter Watch
Apple wanted to build a far smarter Watch, but couldn't find the technology.
With that in mind it’s good to know that the phone maker tried its best. It doesn’t come as a surprise that Apple was looking at building a smarter watch. Sources from WSJ describe the 4 year project Apple set aside for developing their watch as a “Black Hole” that pretty much was unable to get the necessary needed resources. There were other issues, which also played a key role. For instance regulatory hurdles, which might have risen if the company pushed through with its ambition of interpreting its data to suggest health advice. In addition to the issues which have been listed in this article there are other factors which compounded to the production of a much more convectional watch that the Apple is set to release this coming April. Despite all those issue Apple is confident that it will move a lot of its units when the watch hits the market and it has already ordered over 5 to six million units.
Some great features such as measuring one’s blood pressure and measuring one’s blood oxygen levels are said to have been shelved by the company. In addition to that subsequent iterations of the watch are more than likely to be progress much closer to the initial vision which basically was a multifunctional monitoring device for health. As at right now the technology which was required so as to ensure that all this things are made possible is either not there or it hasn’t been well advanced so as to match Apple’s ambition.