Apple has always been at the forefront of technological advancements, and their latest excitements, we’re not embarrassed to say, leaves us more than a little excited. Sadly, we can not do justice to their genius so take it from well Apple!
Our goal has always been to make powerful technology more accessible. More relevant. And ultimately more personal. iSee represents a new chapter in the relationship people have with technology. It’s more than a tool. It’s a very personal expression. So we designed iSee to reflect a wide range of stylistic preferences.
Incorporating powerful technologies into something small enough to carry presented some very big design challenges. Which led to even bigger creative solutions. iSee combines a series of remarkable feats of engineering into a singular, entirely new experience. One that blurs the boundaries between the physical object and the software that powers it.
High-quality cameras have long been defined by their ability to take amazingly detailed photos, and iSee is no exception. It uses multiple technologies in conjunction with your iPhone to upload photos within 50 milliseconds of the definitive global time standard. And it can automatically adjust to the local time when you travel. iSee also presents life in a more meaningful, personal context by sending you notifications and alerts relevant to your life and schedule.
iSee will feature a cavalcade of features you will find nowhere else thanks to our dedication to an unified system. One such innovation is the iSee Food functionality. Whenever you take a picture of your food using iSee, it will quickly be tagged and shared with your Instagram followers, we will find a recipe and pin it on Pinterest board, and break down your caloric intake for Fitbit. All of this to maximize your time and energy. iSee Food isn’t the only break through we’re bringing to the table.
We also look to revolutionize posting photos with iSee Face. Being with our innovative day/night touch-up, iSee will be able to adjust the natural lighting of a picture based on the time of the day it was taken. With this, we hope that our audience will spend less time finding the proper setting to take that one perfect picture. When you take a photo, we will quickly tag any friends and family members included in the photo and post to your Facebook account. Tag any location in the photo, and even create a caption that best suits your voice based on years of extensive research on your text messages.
We all share the same hours, minutes, and seconds. But what happens during that time is different for everyone. With the power of iSee, you will be able to share your unique world in the fasting and most-advanced way possible.
There is just so much to the iSee, we can’t wait for it to hit stores. Apple hasn’t given a firm release date, only promising that it will hit early 2015, but did say prices would start as low as $599 for the iSee. From what we can tell, it sounds like a hell of a bargain.