Apple’s iWatch will be an iOS device

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Even though it’s far from being a market reality, you can already welcome the iWatch to the iOS family. The Verge and Bloomberg reported that the smart-watch will work with the whole iOS shebang and not just the cut-up version used in the iPod nano. Of course, necesarry adjustments will be made to make iOS feel at home on the small display.

A priority for Apple right now is battery life, which is said to be problematic in its current state. Apple are aiming for 5 days standby time. Also, they are reportedly researching flexible glass. While glass-specialists Corning won’t be done with the tech until 2016, LG is said to be already flexing their production muscle to begin late 2013 shipments to Apple.

So – do you think Apple will try to patent time? 😉