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Yep, good points. P.S. I do use Dropbox. Stevo should have bought it when he had the chance! :) Best.Yep, good points. P.S. I do use Dropbox. It's one of the best, if not the best solution. (Stevo should have bought it when he had the chance!)    :) Best.
Yep, "killer feature."  I heard a female guest/tech writer on the Clockwise podcast say a similar thing, "first world problem, I know, but I really like not having to pull my iPhone out of my purse every time." Also, she said she can check things on her watch more discreetly than looking at her iPhone, at meetings, lunch, etc. Best
My daughter is loving hers....she says it's wonderful to stay on top of her rounds without having to pull her iPhone out every time.   I'll be getting one soon, just b/c of her recommendation! :)   Best.
Grrrr. Last month I upgraded my daughter's iCloud to 200 gig for $50.
"Daddy, is that you?" :)
Nice to read a positive comment! :)
Well said....as a side note: The in-store iPad displays that accompany the AppleWatch are so superior to the iPads sitting on an acrylic stands next to the iMacs, MacBooks, etc.
Agreed...another half-hearted step to try and "not" give the customer what they want! Ugh.   On a side note...I find watching the NFL painful. According to the over-the-top commentary, every player is the "best at his position" and brilliant and intelligent! Ugh. 
Agreed. Brilliant. Why can't I ever think of something like that? :) Best
Hilarious! :) When I was 17, I was in a pool with my friend and there was a cute lifeguard. I started swimming and splashing as much as I could. I looked like a steamboat in the pool. She came up to me and said if I "knife" the water with my hand instead of slapping, I would swim better. I looked at her and said "Huh, OK." I  swam the length of the pool, did a flip turn like Tarzan. Came back to her and said, "Like that?" She said I was an a**hole. She was right. Best.
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