“We’re going from miserable personal trackers to miserable face hugs.” Cute – good. Very on brand.
… Meta has been working on a new smartwatch with a built-in camera to compete with the Apple Watch. Now, the parent company of Facebook has halted development of this wearable device because it is focused on the metaverse.
Well, that’s great! Now how will Macalope be constantly tracked and have every movement and all his biometrics Data sold out for advertisers? Will he have to collect that information and sell it Himself? This seems like a lot of work! If we can’t count on it Meta to track our every move Most of the personal information is sold to advertisers, who do we rely on?!
Unfortunately, you’ll still be stuck with a stupid, privacy-oriented Apple Watch. So don’t expect ads for furniture to appear in your Instagram feed the next time you walk through Ikea.
Trying to compete with the Apple Watch right now feels like it’s trying to run uphill through a waist-high candy bar. It is possible, but you have to be very committed.
So how about making a new smartphone instead?! Ah, this is the ticket.
Yes, while the Fire Phone and Essential Phone have both been sent to the trash heap of would-be iPhone killers, the use of steroids keeps on showing up forever. Hey – and McCallop is legally required here to indicate that he is Not Made up this name – nothing phone.
After the moderate success of the 1 earbuds, nothing takes up the space of a smartphone, it even goes further Reveals her show a month ago. Yes, everything will change soon. And what will it change? nothing.
But nothing is not ready to talk about the specifications or the price.
take your time.
How does it look? It is somewhat similar to the iPhone 11 with a clear back. And it obviously lights up, probably to transmit certain types of notifications. Nice, but if sellers will be able to ship the always-on monitors soon, it doesn’t look like the lights will have a long life.
The user interface, a polished version of Android that looks like a European railway station status panel, is certainly a different look that is likely to appeal to some consumers looking for a change, but not many are likely to switch platforms for it. So while nothing Karl Bey would give up on the iPhone features his company is looking to compete against, it’s a bit like Macalope saying he loves Taika Waititi’s movies so he expects to one day be his boyfriend.
(But, seriously, Taika, if you’re reading this, call me.)