Perhaps you have thought of owning a camera at a watch, or even a watch group, for that matter?
A lot of different manufacturers tried this notion, but Apple currently holds the patent for this. The license is titled, “Watch ring with an optical detector.”
Contrary to other watch bands using a built-in camera, this layout of Apple lets users point the camera in all directions, without really rotating the wristwatch.
How can Apple do so? The camera will be set on the loose end of this ring, which sticks up from over the surface of the watch. This positioning of the camera makes it incredibly suitable for your users to spin, rotate, bend, or extend the camera to catch the desirable shots without really straining the wristwatch.
This location of this camera may also enable placing cameras on both sides of the group, providing Apple some attribute choices like 360-degree photographs and videos.
Whether this watch makes it to the actual world, it helps people capture significant moments of life immediately, without needing to rely on a smartphone.
This view can help you capture pictures and videos even if you’re trekking, swimming, surfing, or running. Apple has suggested several alternatives to capture videos and images, such as pinching the ring, pressing on a button onto the ring, and voice command.
With this patent, it’s convinced Apple is making every attempt possible to carry its technologies a top-notch higher. We’ll need to arrange and see if this thought makes it to the actual world, in case it does.