Does anyone else expect to see an all-out iWatch this year? With Siri, Bluetooth 4.0, etc. it can be one incredible device. Frankly, I find the possibility much more exciting than the upcoming new iPhone debut in Sept.
Compare that to the 24 hours of music playback that the Nano usually gets. Apple likes to keep battery life the same through generations.You are probably thinking of the older implementations of Bluetooth. The current spec allows for 11+ hours of talk time for tiny Bluetooth headsets already on the market.
It's almost 2013. I haven't seen anyone with an iPod Nano in the past 2 years.Compare that to the 24 hours of music playback that the Nano usually gets. Apple likes to keep battery life the same through generations.
LOL, silly girl. WiFi would drain the battery too quickly and your watch would only be fully functional in WiFi zones if it relied solely on WiFi for Internet connectivity.Bluetooth is pointless, it doesn't need to work with your phone. It needs to have wifi with Notification Center.
Well I wouldn't rule it out, I think things will evolve and develop there is something there with wearable computing, I just know yet.The whole idea of wireless communication is stupid. No thanks. My 6G nano works fine as a watch. The idea of loosing battery life extremely quickly so I don't need to reach into my pocket and pull out my phone is just useless!