Would love to meet this guy someday.
Their methods closely resemble a lot of the training we just received at the school I teach at here in Korea. This is exciting for education!
This is absurd.
Seems like Apple said yes to a lot of things. Looks a lot like its competition if you ask me. Which you didn’t.
I can’t imagine being (practically) stranded on a rusting, abandoned warship just to keep claim on a resource. Someone needs to drone in some Krispy Kremes to those guys. And some vegetables.
I remember seeing one of his apartments demoed. Absolutely insane how much could fit into so little space. Makes our apartment seem absurdly inefficient by comparison.
You can’t program revival.
So the question I have is why Apple didn’t release a bracelet that didn’t even have a screen. Think about it, the biggest selling points are the fitness and health integrations and the haptic feedback, neither of which requires a screen. You could easily throw in notifications on a smaller screen (such as on the Gear Fit) and have great battery life and design. I think the answer is that they want to create a market for fashionable (although I think it’s pretty ugly) smart watches, instead of competing against fitness trackers.
Still, if Pebble gets some design chops, they might be the real elephant in the room for Apple, not the other way around.