The latest iPhone 6 has slimmed down to just 6.9mm of metal in what Apple describes as a “streamlined profile,” but it has picked up one element that isn’t particularly streamlined: an ugly camera bulge at the rear.
Starting with the Attorney General in the U.S., worried about health data privacy, and now the Institute of Advanced Motorists in the UK are also concerned about the impact of the new wearable.
Once again we see scrutiny and cries of witchcraft about the Apple watch and it’s from the American Attorney General George C. Jepsen who’s got some concerns about the health data in the Apple Watch.
Can you name them all? It’s been merely a year since Samsung revealed its first smartwatch to the tech press crowds in IFA, Berlin. Then, roughly six months later, the company switched software — and, ugh, gear — with three new wearable models, the Gear 2, the (possibly most forgotten) Gear Neo and the fitness-oriented Gear Fit wearable.
News and rumours are one thing but when competitors start coming out with products based solely on speculation and rumours from Apple trade marking iWatch still blows my mind. That doesn’t stop companies pre emptying to sue Apple for infringements.