Designer Federico Ciccarese, who we know from many past Apple product concepts, has teamed up with some friends to create his latest iWatch render. This time around his concept is a little more realistic than some of the other iWatch renders we’ve seen from Ciccarese, and even touches on some of the old flexible display, slap-on wristband rumors that were floating around when iWatch rumors first started heating up. In case you’re out of the loop, we reported back in July that Apple had assembled a team sensor and fitness experts to work on the much rumored wearable, and over the weekend key Nike FuelBand developer Jay Blahnik confirmed he’s taken a job at Apple. Samsung is expected to unveil its new smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, on Sept. 4 in Berlin, but recent reports note Samsung won’t have a flexible display ready in time for the first generation. The video below shows additional renders with the iWatch concept in black and various colors.

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