Images Pre-WatchOS software shows disguised Apple Watch prototype

The Apple Watch prototype looks like it has been released in new images. The device was managed to avoid being destroyed in any way and the internal software and development settings are fully functional

Photos of the Apple Watch prototype were discovered by the Twitter account Apple Demo. The initial hardware is surrounded by a protection case that disguises the device from the obvious appearance of a watch. The hardware looks like the pre-digital crown with just two buttons on the left and the home button of the case making type.

The software has pre-WatchOS 1.0 and the Apple demo proves that the internal build is working with different photos showing the UI and much more. Lisa Simpson, referring to the Apple Lisa computer since the 1980s, has even been used as an application icon for the Apple Watch prototype “Lisa Tester”.

This is where the “Springboard Zoom” app resides which includes an interactive experience of what the WatchOS home screen will look like.

Behind the scenes with the original iPhone in production

In related news, new images of the original iPhone, produced in the spring of 2007, surfaced. The first iPhone was announced in January 2007 before being brought to customers in June.

These images show an interesting look behind the scenes in the first episode of iPhone production, see the UI used in the verification process.

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