All this speaks to the kind of Apple Watch user Apple wants to cultivate: fashionably discerning, addicted to fitness, supremely trusting in Apple’s hardware design. In other words, just like the folks who work at Apple Park in Cupertino.
No offense to those people, but they’re not the entirety of Apple’s customer base, and it’s here where the Apple Watch unnecessarily limits itself. The iPhone has a lot of things that make it special and unique among smartphones, but ultimately it’s a deceptively simple window to your digital life. Whether that life revolves around social media, business, entertainment, work, sports — the little glass slab in your hand doesn’t judge… More at Mashable.
Some of the arguments I agree with, but most of them are complete nonsense.