May 20, 2017

Back to the Apple Watch for a Week — The Brooks Review

Ben Brooks:

Whereas, when I look at one of my traditional watches on my wrist, I get joy from looking at them

I wear my Apple Watch most days, but I do it begrudgingly. I like that it unlocks my computer. I like that it shows me the weather, and I like that sometimes it conveniently notifies me about important things. I don’t mind that it tracks my steps, event though I don’t get any real value from that.

Most of the time it’s nothing more than a tiny annoying iPhone on my wrist.

And I’ll never love it as much as I love my real, automatic watches.


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