Starting next year, Apple is expected to sell two versions of the iWatch. One will reportedly feature a 1.7-inch OLED screen for men, and a 1.3-inch OLED screen for women. 

There's no shortage of smart watches available on the market today. But no one has "won" the smart watch market just yet. 

Samsung recently released the Gear, but the reception has not been all that great. In fact, it "feels more like an unfinished product," Business Insider's Steve Kovach says.

Sony's SmartWatch 2 also seemed to disappoint. Though, it's still a better option than the Gear.

Sourcebits, a mobile and Web development startup, recently designed a concept for the ideal iWatch. 

The "iWatch" comes in two colors, white and space grey.

It can change the display to quickly provide relevant information. The "iWatch" does this by combining geolocation with learned behaviors to get familiar with what you need.

It gives you access to all of the same apps you get on your iPhone and iPad.

It has Siri, of course.

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