The Apple Watch details are officially out of the bag, and the brainstorming can really begin in earnest—even though the watches won't be on any public wrists until 2015. With the convenience of looking down without reaching into a pocket, the small real estate of the screen, and body sensors tracking your movement, there's a lot for prospective designers and developers to take into account.
Curious to see what might be on your wrist in the coming year, we checked Dribbble and found some cool concepts.
5. Running Laps Getting your heart rate and elapsed time onto a screen, the circle could represent each lap completed.
6. NetFlix Obviously, you're going to be able to realize that dream of having a TV on your wrist. This is what that interface might look like.
7. Game Effort There are countless ways to utilize the Apple Watch's body-monitoring technology. This is one of them—an app that shows match duration and heart rate, letting you know if you're slacking in your pickup game.
8. Surf Swells Get those wave updates on your wrist.