Apple Watch Faces International Ban Due to Copyright

The Apple Watch is a line of smartwatches designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc. It was first introduced on September 9, 2014, during an Apple event held in Cupertino, California. The device was officially released on April 24, 2015.

Apple Watch

The development of the Apple Watch began in 2011, under the leadership of Jony Ive, Apple's chief design officer at the time. The team wanted to create a device that could do more than just tell time, and that would integrate seamlessly with other Apple devices.

The first generation of the Apple Watch, known as Series 0, was available in two sizes and featured a square display, heart rate sensor, and a digital crown for navigation. It also included Siri integration, customizable watch faces, and support for a wide range of third-party apps.

Over time, the Apple Watch has become an increasingly important part of Apple's product lineup, with sales growing rapidly and the device being widely recognized as one of the most popular smartwatches on the market.

But not everything are good news to apple considering that The International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled in December last year that Apple had infringed on wearable heart monitoring technology patented by a California-based startup called AliveCorm, and soon could face international import ban.