Apple hasn’t offered any confirmation that it’s working on an iWatch. However, if you read behind the lines a little bit it’s quite obvious that there’s some interest. The company recently hired a developer who worked on Nike FuelBand, for example, and it has made acquisitions of smaller companies that have experience in the field. Add that to rumors that Apple’s iWatch could launch next year, and you spur the imaginations of artists around the globe.
That’s why we now have a fresh look at yet another concept of what the iWatch could look like. The screen shots above show a cuff-like design that could slide onto a wrist. It was designed with iOS 7 in mind: we can see some of the design has been carried over to this watch, including Siri support. Likewise, it looks like it has a front-facing camera for FaceTime chat, and a bendable screen that arches over most of the front of the watch. It’s thin, too, which could potentially make it more desirable to wear than today’s bulkier options, such as the Pebble. The designer also imagined several colors for the iWatch, presumably after seeing leaked photos of the colorful iPhone 5C. We can see options in white, yellow, blue and gray.
We dig what we’re seeing here, though remember this is only a concept. We have no idea what Apple’s iWatch will really look like, if it even exists.