New images have emerged showing what appears to be an Apple Watch prototype. The device somehow managed to avoid being corrupted and has fully functioning internal software and development settings.
Pictures of the Apple Watch prototype were discovered by the Twitter account Apple Demo. The early hardware is surrounded by a security case that hides the device from a clear appearance of a watch. The hardware is pre-Digital Crown with only two buttons on the left side and what looks like a home button built into the case.
The software is pre-watchOS 1.0 and the Apple Demo proves that the internal building works with a series of images showing the UI and more. Referring to the Apple Lisa computer from the 1
This is also where the “Springboard zoom” app lives, which includes an interactive experience of what the watchOS home screen would be like.
Behind the scenes with original iPhone in production
In related news, new photos of the original iPhone produced in the spring of 2007 have appeared. The first iPhone was announced in January 2007 before being launched to customers in June.
These photos show an interesting behind-the-scenes look at the very first round of iPhone production, including a look at the user interface used in the validation process.
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