New images and videos allegedly showing a prototype Apple Watch obscured by a security case resembling a tiny iPod offer a rare look behind the curtain of product development at Steve Jobs’ notoriously secretive company. First teased by a few months ago Twitter User Apple Demo, this is our first look at the device turned on and running Apple’s internal development apps on a Pre-WatchOS 1.0 software build.
The video first shows the original cardboard packaging that was used to deliver the prototype hardware to testers. “This product is classified as Apple Confidential and labeled as an ‘Ultra’ security program,” says the label. “This prototype MUST be returned when it is recalled or when yours,” says the label, before obscuring it to hide the origin of the device. A sticker on the back of the prototype itself shows that it is a “PVTe” configuration, which presumably means that production validation tests (engineering) in …
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