“The core Apple Watch component can communicate with one or more haptic actuators in the band which would allow Apple to have more room within the Watch to either add new components like a camera or to make the Watch thinner,” Purcher reports. “An activation signal can be sent at select times to a single haptic actuator or to groups of two or more haptic actuators.
Purcher reports, “Haptic stimulation can act as notifications for one or more events, such as the receipt of an email, a text message, a news story, a stock price, a reminder, and/or a low power state of a power source in the electronic device.”
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MacDailyNews Take: How about Apple Smartbands with embedded GPS, extra battery, etc.? Hopefully, such items will debut alongside Apple Watch 2!