Anonymous sources from production lines say that the Apple connected watch, the iWatch, would be marketed in the third quarter of 2014. The iWatch will be manufactured by Quanta Computer, while the Taiwanese company specializing in Richtek chips will also benefit from the chain. Easy device screen will be provided by TPK.
Last december, Tim Cook, Apple CEO, sent an internal memo, a quick review of the last twelve months of activity and an overview of Apple projects in 2014. Tim Cook spoke about the upcoming launch of a new range of products, without going into details. Assumptions are not lacking, however. If you believe the latest rumors, Apple could introduce over the coming months its first watch connected, the iWatch. If the future Apple product could be launched between July and September, the U.S. firm could, however, benefit from the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) to give a large public preview.Read More
After Google and Apple, it is the turn of Microsoft wanting to embark its OS to the cars of tomorrow. The manufacturer announced the news during the last Build conference. Apple is leading the race with his CarPlay (iOS bumper) and Google has already launched its project.
Microsoft is no stranger to operating systems already used in cars, many manufacturers have used modified versions of Windows for their entertainment system versions. This time Microsoft used the MirrorLink technology that allows to launch and run applications on a smartphone, and control and view from a vehicle. Microsoft appealed to developers so that they create the applications that will be really useful in a car.