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paxman, have you been inside Harrods, Peter Jones or any other John Lewis in the past year? There's an element of gimmickry in Harrods introduced by the previous owner which may or not have been removed by the current ownership, which is why RichL rightly refers to it as a tourist trap. As for Peter Jones and the other John Lewis stores they've been modernised and have a fresh layout with a diverse range of products, from clothing to the food hall in John Lewis Oxford...
I'm intrigued as to which department stores you consider to be classier in London, maybe Peter Jones and John Lewis?I'm also a bit surprised Apple hasn't gone for an Apple Watch outlet within Harvey Nichols, maybe that will come later.Overall though, as you say, Selfridges is a great choice.
Then you're not using an Apple British layout keyboard.Other manufacturers put the hash symbol where you stated on their British layout keyboard.Apple, for whatever reason, does not put the hash symbol on their British layout keyboards.
Then you're yet to use the British layout keyboard: it doesn't have a # symbol on it, you have to press the option key and then the 3 key.The £ symbol replaces # on the British layout.
You're the expert when it comes to people too up themselves.
There's not just one European layout but several according to language and/or country.French has AZERTY, German, Czech and Slovak have QWERTZ.The British English keyboard layout is different from the US/International english layout: UK keyboard has pound sign instead of dollar.There are other Apple keyboards, these are just the ones I'm aware of.
The same argument can be made about an iPhone versus a Macbook with cellular modem.There are times and moments when it's more convenient to look at a device on the wrist than fumble with getting something out of the pocket.Skiing, cycling, jogging, carrying something with both hands, some examples where looking at the watch is more convenient than fumbling in the pocket for a phone.
 Interesting, you imply that those of us with pacemakers, implanted insulin pumps, artificial joints/limbs or even breast enlargements may have lost some, maybe even all, of their humanity.
Watch is an Pay device, something that sets it apart from other wearables. The Watch will even allow iPhone 5, 5c and 5S owners the ability to make in store purchases.   Single tap purchases with your wrist, even more convenient than reaching for the iPhone in your pocket. I'm surprised more isn't said about this Watch capability.
 Just what are you talking about? OS X is a certified UNIX so no problems there:
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