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The images show an incognito prototype of an Apple Watch running with pre-installed watchOS software

The images show an incognito prototype of an Apple Watch running with pre-installed watchOS software

New images have emerged showing what appears to be an Apple Watch Prototype. The device somehow manages to avoid damage and features fully functional internal software and development settings.

Images of the prototype Apple Watch were discovered by Apple Demo Twitter account. The old device is surrounded by a safety case that hides the device from the clear appearance of the watch. The device is a pre-Digital Crown with only two buttons on the left side, and the home button looks like one of the types included in the box.

The software is pre-watchOS 1.0 and the Apple Demo proves that the internal architecture works with a variety of UI images and more. Going back to the Apple Lisa computer from the 1980s, even Lisa Simpson is used as an app icon on the Apple Watch prototype “Lisa Tester”.

This is where the “Springboard zoom” app comes in, which includes an interactive experience of what the watchOS home screen will be like.

Behind the scenes with the original iPhone in production

In related news, new images have surfaced of the original iPhone being manufactured in Spring of 2007. The first iPhone was announced in January 2007 before it was launched to customers in June.

These photos show an interesting behind-the-scenes look at the first round of iPhone manufacturing, including a look at the user interface used in the validation process.

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