A San Francisco designer, Todd Hamilton, drafted an Apple iWatch concept, and Fast Company showed it off Wednesday morning.
Wearable computing is often brushed off as a thing of the future, but is the future now? Samsung, Sony, other companies offer "smartwatches," but we've yet to see a version out by Apple.
Here's Hamilton's concept, which he describes as a marriage between Nike Fuelband and an iPhone:
Hamilton said, "For the lock screen I designed a simple black & white interface displaying the time, date, and button to activate Siri. From here the possible actions are: Tap to use Siri, swipe up to unlock, or pull down to view notifications. Sound familiar? While I was designing this I found myself pretending what it would be like to use swiping gestures on my wrist. Give it a try, it feels pretty good!"
More on Fast Company: http://www.fastcompany.com/3025302/wearable-computing/scratch-that-this-is-the-apple-iwatch-of-your-dreams?utm_source=facebook
See more on Hamilton's blog: http://toddham.com/blog/iwatch-concept/