- - Friday, May 2, 2014

What is most anticipated wearable digital device? Would it look like something a detective wears? Or a sleek James Bond gadget?

It is the iWatch by Apple. Even though Apple CEO Tim Cook hints there are new products in the pipeline, what will it be?

Investors are wondering: Where’s the iWatch? Will it be profitable for Apple?

Samsung and other brands have failed to gain traction in the wearable world market, which could top $20 billion in sales by 2016.

Can you imagine what it would look like? With classic Apple curved edges, we may even find products with gold, platinum, diamond and cubic zirconia inlay designs in the iWatch.

Apple tends to go outside of the box to assure that it stands out with innovative design. I anticipate the iWatch having a jewelry accessory feel — simple yet classy.

Since Nike CEO Mike Parker continues production of the FuelBand SE wearable fitness monitor, many Apple fans wonder about the growing partnership with Apple and wearable smart devices. Will the iWatch resemble a fitness band, or a classic, sophisticated James Bond-type of gadget?

“I will say that the relationship between Nike and Apple will continue,” Parker said. “And I am personally, as we all are at Nike, very excited about what’s to come.”

To learn more about the hottest trends in the wearable world and growing technology gadgets you should attend “GLAZEDcon 2014: The Dawn of the Wearable Economy” on June 3‎ at The Regency Center in San Francisco, Calif.