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Here's why you need an App screen on the Watch. If you have more than about six glances, it becomes unworkable to swipe through them. Glances is not an acceptable replacement for the App screen.
I use the Utility face on my Watch, but I was wanting to put more complications on it than it would hold. Then I discovered I could eliminate a couple with Siri. "Hey Siri, stopwatch" brings up the stopwatch app. "Hey Siri, countdown five minutes" starts the timer.
I drove by years ago and took a couple of photos. It still had a TV antenna sticking up from the ridge of the roof then. I also took photos of the handsome two-story house with the garage in the back where William Hewlett and David Packard built their first audio oscillator. It has a large brass plaque out front commemorating it as the "Birthplace of Silicon Valley" and marking it as California Registered Historical Landmark No. 976. Steve Job's home where the first...
Melgross quote: "There is no way a company the size of Microsoft gives someone the top position because of loyalty alone." How do you think Ballmer got the job?
Wonderful comments, some of them downright insightful, especially christopher126, fake_william_shatner, and gazoobee. I couldn't agree more.
What about us people who wear prescription glasses? Oh right, we're not cool anyway. There is an antisocial aspect to smart phones, but creepy glasses aren't the solution.
Is that bulge in the top middle of the back the camera? This thing will wobble like crazy when laid on a flat surface. That alone would be a deal breaker for me. Bad design...again!
Since it would have contact with skin, it could provide biometric monitoring and feedback. It could be a real winner with runners, athletes, people who need to monitor their blood pressure, etc.
Can't believe some of the comments here. I thought Dilger did an inciteful analysis of the difference between Apple and the lemmings. My next iPad will have 128GB because I keep doing more with it and putting more on it.
Ironically, the iPhone 5 will come alarmingly close to matching the capabilities of Leica's $7K camera.
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