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The Moto 360. Weâ€™ve heard about how awesome of a smartwatch itâ€™s going to be when it arrives, and weâ€™ve even seen pictures of the fabled smartwatch that Moto 360 fans are becoming restless about. Motorola, itâ€™s time to hand over that smartwatch. The longer you wait, the lower the sales. Apple blogger John Gruber decided to poke some fun at the Moto 360 recently with a comment about the watch: â€œIt looks like Motorolaâ€™s designers tried to draw as much attention as they could to the 360â€™s stupid flat-tire display shape. The only way this could get funnier would be if it doesnâ€™t even ship until after Apple announces their wrist wearable thing next month.â€ There are a few things we can take away from Gruberâ€™s comment. First, Gruber notes that Apple has a â€œwrist wearable thing,â€ though he doesnâ€™t say itâ€™s a smartwatch. What could this mean? It could mean that Appleâ€™s wrist wearable may be similar to a fitness band or bracelet than an actual watch. Though, weâ€™ve heard much about the 1.6-inch and 1.8-inch OLED displays that Apple looks to place into the new iDevice. With that said, Apple could be after producing more of a Samsung Gear Fit competitor than anything else. We simply donâ€™t know the answer at this point, but Gruberâ€™s comment is interesting. He could simply mean that we donâ€™t know exactly what Appleâ€™s doing because weâ€™ve not seen one photo of the fabled iWatch. And, keep in mind, too that he doesnâ€™t call it the â€œiWatch.â€ We donâ€™t know how the name caught on in the tech press, but Appleâ€™s never said anything remotely resembling the fabled name thatâ€™s become the common name associated with it. We think that, should Apple name it â€œiWatch,â€ the company should give kudos to the person who first came up with the name thatâ€™s spread like wildfire for the last two years or so. Next, Gruber points to â€œnext monthâ€ as the date of the iDevice unveiling, but this is nothing new; we expect Apple to announce its iDevices next month, and we couldnâ€™t imagine Apple waiting until October to reveal the iWatch along with its iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3. Since the iWatch will pair via Bluetooth with the iPhone 6, September looks to be the ideal time to announce the iWatch. While providing these little juicy tidbits of detail, Gruber also makes fun of Motorolaâ€™s Moto 360 smartwatch. If weâ€™re honest, weâ€™d have to agree with Gruber. Much hype has been published across the Web regarding the Moto 360: â€œitâ€™s gorgeous,â€ they say, â€œitâ€™s the best Android Wear smartwatch out there,â€ others have said. Well, thatâ€™s not exactly the case. It turns out that we, like Gruber, believe that the â€œflat-tire display shapeâ€ is nothing more than a rounded smartwatch, and some will like the design while others wonâ€™t. Some of us here at Inferse prize Samsungâ€™s Gear smartwatches, and happen to prefer a square smartwatch over a rounded one. We donâ€™t all like the idea of having a smartwatch resemble the nerdy calculator smartwatches that became such a big deal in the â€˜90s. Some of us believe that a contemporary watch deserves a contemporary design. Some will appreciate what Motorola brings to the game, but the Moto 360â€™s been hyped so much that Motorola should really be ashamed that itâ€™s waited so long to bring the smartwatch to the market. After all, competitors Samsung (Gear Live) and LG (G Watch) will more than gobble up whatever sales Motorola couldâ€™ve gained, had the company prized a quick release a little better. â€œTheyâ€™re waiting to get it, right,â€ many have said â€“ but how long does it take to get a smartwatch right? How many months of hype will customers tolerate before, tired in their wait, they decide to settle on something that, in many ways, may actually be better than the Moto 360 theyâ€™ve been waiting for? At this point, Motorolaâ€™s drained whatever surprise its smartwatch couldâ€™ve made in the market. Releasing the Moto 360 now is far too late to the game, considering that the iWatch and iPhone 6, as well as the Gear 3 and the Galaxy Note 4, will all arrive next month. And finally, Android Wear is in its infancy. Sure, it may have about 25-30 apps available for use, but why would any user want to rely on Google Now to type its text messages accurately when Google couldâ€™ve provided an in-built, on-screen keyboard to do the job? Android Wear may be a powerful platform in days to come, but itâ€™s got a long way to go before it gains the respect it wants. With that said, we happen to believe that Gruberâ€™s laugh at the Moto 360 packs more of a punch than the actual Moto 360 will â€“ if and when it finally arrives. In the meantime, keep in mind that Apple will announce the iPhone 6 and the new iWrist wearable on September 9th, with a release of the devices to occur around September 19th.