Apple Watch will soon roll out directly in retail stores, with us being able to pay for it over the counter. The much debated device is taking over not only entire pages of news in media, but also chains of stores that will start selling the product starting with June 26.
Two months have passed since Apple began taking online orders for its media frenzy-ed product and they plan to expand their selling strategy by offering retail stores the opportunity to hold The Watch in their range of items.
Clients and Apple aficionados didn’t have the option to buy it directly by now. They could only try it out and admire the item in the special Apple stores that displayed it. Stores in the US and eight other countries hosted the little piece of jewelry but they couldn’t sell it as supplies were supposedly limited.
We’re not sure yet whether this is this a “forbidden fruit” tactic from the tech giant’s side or it’s just their selective and exclusive business overview. What we do know is that trying out an Apple Watch will surely open your appetite to know more about it.
Developers of all ranges and sizes are indeed fascinated and find themselves in the middle of an app development craze since the Apple Watch frenzy began earlier this year.
Game developers are standing in line to create new game adaptations for the inciting product. The first game adaptation attempt will happen pretty soon, as Maximo Cavazzani, creator of the popular mobile game Trivia Crack will roll out a new version that can be played directly from the tiny device on your wrist.
However, games will be developed with a less advanced animation technique, by scaling back the game’s trademark via trivia wheel.
Advertising still has to wait before it conquers the Smartwatch, as pop-up apps are not supported yet by the device.
Designers and tech savvies are very enthusiastic and feel challenged about the possibilities of the new product, although the design techniques in case of tiny screens require brand new approaches, as the space is much more compact and limited. We live in the era of minimalism anyhow, and the creative capacities of us humans, will surely adapt to the new mediums.
Apps on the device presently have very limited animation and the software takes several seconds to load. That will soon change, as Apple is opened to meet the needs of both developers and consumers and gets ready to release new tools for software developers, in order to create smarter and greater apps. Improving the watch’s heart rate and motion sensors will most probably be among priorities.
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