Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Reveals About Its Top-Secret Next-Gen Laboratory For Manufacturing iWatch

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has seemingly joined the bandwagon of emulating its counterparts or many other Techno-Giants by giving media houses snippets of the tests of Apple’s upcoming technical brilliance – Apple iWatch.

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Tim Cook And Team Think Differently

Apple is known for keeping the nitty gritty and secrets of its operations or even tests under stringent supervision – lock and key! However, the latest incidents of sharing information with the media houses shows Tim Cook and his board distinctly different ways of thinking about promoting or luring people – developers and users alike.

There were a plethora of activities like yoga, rowing or running that the employees – developers, managers or engineers had been doing voluntarily over the past one year in the state-of-the-art and exquisite laboratories in order to draw or collect data for the inner workings of AAPL’s watch.

The Senior VP of operations segment at Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Jeff Williams commented that they employees were upbeat in testing some aspect of AAPL’s product, however, he overtly stated that no one was sure whether it was for the operations pertaining to Apple’s watch. The ones associated with the project had been thoroughly masked up, and the idea was to cover up the Apple watch.

Snippets Released Long Back

Snippets about Apple iWatch were unveiled sometime in September 2014. Rumours were abound that the iWatch would reach the stores sometime in the next month and range from prices between $349 and $17,000 for Apple Sport Watch and 18-carat gold edition of Apple Watch. The watches would contain health kits. Users can adeptly track their heart rate, net calories burnt and the total distance walked and such other details with the use of the digital iWatch.

Rigorous Testing Being Carried Out

The watch needs to be tested across different temperature or climate chambers. The testers have already been to Dubai and Alska and have successfully tested the watch in the extreme climates. The teams of software tester state that the best part about the Apple watches is that users can notch up detailed health data the more frequent they wear the devices. This is just a beginning as AAPL has come up with a ground-breaking revolution by correlating fitness with time!

Culver Stinson

Culver Stinson

Stinson is US Markets Daily’s Senior Producer for News & Public Affairs.