Originally Posted by malax
uh, what? I think smartphones already exist and aren't wearable. And what does one do when it's not sunny outside? Wearing glasses sucks in general. If people complain about "having" to wear a watch, wearing glasses is even less appealing.
Wearing glasses—whether you gladly put up with it depends on the payoff, naturally. Blinding sun or snow, focus correction, protection from grit or metal chips, screening yourself from groupies or paparazzi, many reasons. If there's something really great to watch in stereo, people will wear glasses, and Oakley and Armani will jump in quick. You won't have to wear them all the time, and they'll probably switch clear by default.
In fact, I continue to suspect that Apple's patents in this area may be linked to the iWatch. They may be