FORTUNE -- A fitness expert. A sleep scientist. A pair of high-profile CEOs from the fashion industry. Lots of hardware and software engineers with expertise in wireless, non-invasive bionsensing -- measuring everything from respiration rates to glucose and oxygen levels in the blood.
What are these people doing at Apple (AAPL)?
Working on the so-called iWatch, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. Gurman on Friday published profiles of the team Apple has assembled to build the widely anticipated but still unannounced product, including nearly a dozen recent hires.
Who Apple hired and what it hired them for may be the best clue we'll get to what Apple has up its sleeve.
Below: Brief summaries of Gurman's roster in the order he presents them.
If anyone has the goods, it's Mark Gurman, 9to5Mac's teen blogging phenom
FORTUNE -- Apple's (AAPL) annual World Wide Developers Conference is scheduled to begin with a Tim Cook keynote June 11, but for Mark Gurman the story began in early May.
In a series of scoops -- the accuracy of which is about to be tested -- 9to5Mac's star 18-year-old blogger (with assists from Seth Weintraub and Jordan Kahn) has been leading MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jun 5, 2012 6:22 AM ET
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