The Fast Growth and History of Smart Watches
Smartwatches have a relatively small history but have already made an impression on the consumer watch market with their precision. Their development stems from the history of atomic clock watch making process that has been instrumental in shaping the accuracy of watches. The tick observed in a smartwatch is relayed to the wrist using the exchange of information between phone network sand satellites. Atomic clocks built around caesium atoms resonate energy states at 9,192,631,770 times per second. Even lower-end smartwatches provide exceptional levels of precision compared to earlier devices. Technology companies have still sought to up the ante by maximizing the capabilities of these new time-keeping devices.