Apple iWatch Concept by Todd Hamilton

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We already know that an Apple smartwatch is on the way, we just don’t know what to expect. Since smartwatches have been all the rage on the tech scene, designers have been introducing concepts, but until now, we hadn’t really come across one that was all that impressive. The Apple iWatch concept from Todd Hamilton certainly caught our attention though.

The San Francisco based designer has taken on obvious design cues from the Nike FuelBand, opting for a vertical screen orientation. All of the Apple iPhone functions we have become familiar with over the years are still intact – tap to use Siri, the traditional swipe to unlock, pull down notifications, home button on the left side, and volumes on the right hand side. Of course this is just another concept, but it’s definitely one that has us excited for what’s to come from the Cupertino based tech giant. Check out the video below.

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