Tech Tools: Turn your Apple Watch into an old-style iPod – but the wheel is just for show
Microsoft briefly surpassed Apple as the most valuable US company on Monday. The last time Microsoft was worth more than Apple was in 2010. The technology industry has changed a lot since then.
The last time Microsoft was more valuable than Apple, the Zune was still taking on the iPod (AAPL, MSFT)
Microsoft briefly dethroned Apple as the most valuable US company during trading on Monday. However, at the end of the day, Apple still had a larger market cap than the Windows giant.
If you’re torn between wanting to cop every new item Apple drops and feeling nostalgic for the Cupertino giant’s early days in handheld tech, South Korean designer Yeonsoo Kang has developed a product that speaks to both instincts. In partnership with case maker Caseology, Kang has made a case for the Apple Watch Series 4 that transforms it into
The old-school iPod might live again... kind of.
In today’s digital age, it sometimes feels like hardware has taken a back seat to the software that drives our devices. Button of the Month is a monthly look at what some of those buttons and switches are like on devices old and new, and aims to appreciate how we interact with our devices on a physical, tactile level.
People love Apple for its innovation, but when their products turn retro, people go crazy for the nostalgia. One of the latest products to do so is the Pod Case by C.O Design Lab. A silicone case that perfectly fits Apple's Watch Series 4 inside to make it look like an iPod Classic. “I ...
Korean designer Yeonsoo Kang has made a new function for the Apple Watch through this creation. This concept design was created for Caseology and is a non-functional case for the Apple Watch Series 4. The case allows the watch to slot into the top of an iPod-Mini style case, complete with a click wheel design — which isn’t functional.
the silicone case by yeonsoo kang features a non-functional click wheel just for the sake of aesthetics.
Of all the things you do with your iOS devices, listening to music is probably still one of the most common reasons you reach for them. The iPod isn’t dead; it just got lost in a sea of other features. But you could make it the star of the show again with this tiny case that (sort of) transforms your Apple Watch back into one of Apple’s most iconic creations.
Nostalgia is a funny thing, because your emotions trick you into thinking you want something that has absolutely no functional value. This Apple Watch iPod nano concept, published on Behance by Korean designer Joyce Kang, is an example that suddenly makes you appreciate the iPod nano that’s currently sitting in a dusty corner of your drawer.