Originally Posted by fryke
You obviously actively misread my post, and probably simply don't want to get it. ;) … You're talking about Bluetooth headsets and wonder where to "put your headphone in"? It's connected via BT to your iPhone, of course. Why do you think I'd think the iWatch would be a separate phone? I never mentioned anything like it.
3. You get the integration part totally the wrong way 'round. I don't want any of a watches features integrated with the phone, I want thousands of apps to be able to use the iWatch as a display right on my wrist, while the phone can rest in my pants or bag or coat.
4. The screen on the watch doesn't _have_ to be too small for several reasons. If you've actually read about Apple's patent application, you know that the screen isn't your typical watch display. Plus: Not all information comes in longish paragraphs you have to read and understand. Sometimes an icon is enough. But it can even give you directions, for example, showing you part of the map and an arrow that tells you where to go. (Walking directions, not driving, don't even try to misread again.)
don't underestimate other people, this is my logic :) put it in? stick it in, connect it, who cares... Bluetooth or cable, both have disadvantages, the main question is where to, depending of the role of the iWatch...are you clear with that? Are you sure you know how would iWatch be "integrated" into wearable "ecosystem"? how would it be positioned between phone, headsets, siri, siri with headsets?
3. You obviously disagree with me saying "...Apps are there to interact with user. Either via screen (which is too small on watch, obviously) or via Siri-like solutions.." ?
4. you constantly believe people you are talking to are morons who misread your postings, yet you fail again to comprehend the essence of other people's arguments. Apps, you are mentioning are delivering small and very doubtful value, IMHO. Widget applications on watch simply don't bring the value expected, this is why Apple left small iPod mini concept. If there would be a value in that, Apple could simply connect this existing device with iPhone and offer massive widget SDK to developers. I am not saying this is not possible or it won't happen. I just see very small value in it and I believe it makes much more sense developing Siri further, than making such large enterprise with iWatch.