Apple Watch Prototype Hands-on Video
Apple Watch series has now been updated to the sixth generation, from its debut in 2014 to date, although at first people held controversial about its appearance and design, but Apple well, inevitably will still true fragrance.
But in the beginning, the Apple Watch design is not really what we see now. Recently a Twitter blogger Apple Demo brought pictures of the Apple Watch prototype as well as a hands-on video on his social account, from which we can see that the first generation of Apple Watch prototype looks very much like an iPod player, and it is even equipped with the same round home button as the iPhone. The two crowns on the left side of the watch also have around design, which is very similar to the crowns of some traditional watches, but in the end, it is clear that Apple did not use such a design.
As you can see from the pictures, this early prototype is covered with a heavy protective cover to avoid the appearance of the device being exposed before it is released. This is an extremely rare Apple Watch prototype that runs WatchOS 1.0 internal version, the watch still works fine and supports all features of the App and development setup.
In terms of system, this Apple Watch prototype device is running pre-watchOS 1.0, which can be seen to be very similar to the main interface of the Apple Watch. Overall this Apple Watch prototype looks pretty good. The rounded shape is also in line with Apple’s design style all along. The latest Apple Watch 6 is now equipped with a more advanced blood oxygen monitoring sensor, which can complete a blood oxygen level detection in 15 seconds, and has undergone a qualitative change in terms of functionality.