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  Apple makes a superior product (they've ruled Consumer Satisfaction metrics in mobile since the first iPhone), and then prices it accordingly.  Taken as a total package - the fusion between hardware and software - no other competitor even comes close to the user experience offered by iDevices connected to Apple's ecosystem.  It isn't even close. iPhone users are babied by Apple. Spoiled. It can't even be called a race, because an actual race assumes that all competitors...
The real loser here: Windows Phone. Again.
Thie whole Apple Watch debut reminds me of the iPad debut.     "It's just a blown-up iPod!"     Basically.      And now look. 
 Yep. Think about it:   Take the iPod Nano. Forget the armbands and whatnot. Shift the armband paradigm onto the wrist. Make it into a "watch" instead. Have it come in different styles. Like iPods do/did. Make it do more. A lot more. Throw iOS on it. Perfectly.  Genius. 
 Some of the renderings presented (suggested, at least) serious usability issues in terms of interaction with the OS.
  (i)Watch 2. Designs can change. 
iOS on your wrist is the big draw here. Perfectly implemented.    And it *is* a BIG draw.    I'm impressed.
"iPod Nano/shuffle" watch, but with a great UI, that does more.    Different styles and colours.    "Let's make a watch out of the 6th Gen Nano. Might as well wear it on your wrist.  And let's make it so you can do more stuff with it."   Makes a lot of sense when you think about it. 
I don't get it. One side only?   Am I missing something?
My oh my . . .  THE SPIN:   http://www.neowin.net/news/apple-reportedly-plans-to-take-on-surface-pro-3-with-a-129-inch-ipad
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