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And how are they arriving at these figures besides just pulling them out of their rear end? Considering Apple will only have original programming it will have to be pretty damn compelling to get people to sign up when so many other offerings are out there. Netflix is in a world of hurt because of the stuff being removed from their platform.
StrangeDays said:StrangeDays said:Paying extra for these watches with better materials is a really poor investment.
tbh I can’t tell the difference between them, and no one cares either. You want a quality watch get a patek philippe.
i’ve said It over and over, they need to make the watch thinner. Most comments I get when I wear mine is that it looks chunky.
Can’t imagine being told it’s chunky, as it’s thinner than the popular men’s watch fashion of having fat watches.
to put it simply. Any premium material should be offering more than a cosmetic/robustness benefit
I own a Aluminium Watch 4. The steel version is identical. Both are 10.7mm thick; its bulky and ugly. It’s the Achilles heel of the Apple Watch design.
If Apple are proposing a titanium or ceramic version at a premium price point I would expect that it’s main design flaw would be improved. To my eye, a 7mm watch would deserve a premium price point.