The recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas introduced some exciting products for watch junkies. A second version of an iWatch proposal was released and promises some exciting upgrades. The iWatch2 would not only act as a high tech watch but also allow users to control the settings on their iPad or iPhone. The watch would also have a front facing camera, Wi-Fi, weather forecasting, and 32GB.
While these capabilities may be overwhelming for some, Apple diehards will love it – of course that’s only if it gets the green light. So far the closest thing resembling a real iWatch is an iPod Nano worn as a wristwatch. Maybe by the next CES conference there will be a working prototype – we can only hope.