The device is a good deal larger than a Watch and has a home button but no crown. Once turned on, it shows the Watch apps, including Appleâ€™s internal testing software. One of those, the Lisa tester (with Lisa Simpsonâ€™s head as an icon), lets developers adjust the UI elements on the prototype Watch. One of the settings within that app shows Springboard Zoom, a setting that resembles the UI on the original Watch.
Thereâ€™s no proof that the device is genuine, but an FCC disclaimer and other details certainly make it look that way. If so, itâ€™s an interesting glimpse at how Apple builds prototypes, and provides a rare look behind the companyâ€™s iron curtain-like secrecy.
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