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Where "oppressive and burdensome" demands means "high quality sapphire and lots of it." Oh, and also "on time."
 The preliminary WatchKit documentation indicates that more features will be available "later next year."So maybe iOS 9 will have deeper Apple Watch -> iPhone integration.Or maybe Apple Watch will be able to do more without iPhone.  We'll see.
Boom. Downloading now.
 How do you feel about "if and when"?
 Vaguely reminiscent of the first monolith scene from "2001: A Space Odyssey."Except everyone is ignoring this one.
 "The future is already here - it's just not evenly distributed."- William Gibson
 Yes, but high-end Rolex / Cartier / Omega et al watches last for decades.  In part because traditional mechanical watch technology hasn't changed much in the last century, so there's no technology-driven obsolescence.   And in part because the point of owning a traditional mechanical prestige-watch isn't the technology anyway.   But the Apple Watch is actually a computer on your wrist.  It *is* a computer technology-intensive product.  And computer technology, especially...
Could eventually become the first trillion-dollar company, in terms of market cap.
What, no love for the Piggly Wiggly?
 That's the ideal scenario.  Keep the expensive case, upgrade the Sx chip every few years.Remember: the price of gold is about $1200 per ounce now.  The Edition case will cost far more than the Sx chip.(And it would be great if the Sx chip replacement could be done in Apple Stores while you wait.) But who knows?  Maybe there are technical issues preventing easy Sx chip replacement.If so, maybe Apple could launch an upgrade plan for the Apple Watch.You'd get a good price...
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