Leandro Brasil says instead of simply copying their existing iOS apps, smart developers will take advantage of the watchs design:
The Apple Watch is not like existing interfaces. Its potential lies in its limitations: It is accessible because its tiny and convenient because its only meant for seconds-long interactions. Features such as native voice control, haptic feedback, and a digital crown that can be used to magnify, scroll or zoom within apps crack open a whole new world of design requirements and opportunities.
I was most intrigued by the pictured Uber app. Brasil speculates that the ride service company could allow users to request a car by simply using their voice. The watchs interface will allow you to track the car in real time and receive some quick messages from the driver.
A concept of an Instagram app for the Apple Watch.
Brasil also offers a nice take on an Instagram Apple Watch interface that will allow photo browsing with the digital crown.
Definitely head on over to the story and take a look at his other proposed interfaces for apps like Foursquare, Chase, The New York Times, Fandango, and more.
The Apple Watch is on track to arrive sometime early this year. A report last week says that Apple is shooting for the device to make it to market by the end of March. It will start at $349.
Apple is offering three different versions of the wearable the Sport version, the Apple Watch, and the Apple Watch edition.
Earlier this week, a new leak filled in some details regarding the Apple Watchs companion app that will be required for the iPhone.