There's a financial analyst "report" going around that says Apple's rumored iWatch will have a round face, much like Motorola's upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch. That would suggest a more classical watch-like design, which would bring the product fully into the hyper-competive, often capricious fashion space. It would also be a stark contrast to the modern fitness bands that have been increasing in popularity over the years.
Will it be a fitness device that measures your blood sugar, an iPhone companion that surfaces your notifications, or something else entirely? We won't know until Apple tells us, but how it is designed will absolutely affect how it works.
So, would you prefer an iWatch that looks like a classical round-faced watch? Or would you prefer one that looks more like a modern fitness band? What would be the perfect iWatch design for you? Vote in the poll up top and give me the details in the comments below!
The image above is a the Moto 360. You can find out more about that device over at Android Central.
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