Would you buy an iWatch?
landon 42 weeks ago
Apparently Apple has 100+ people working on a watch device thingy. I'm not sure that I see the need for something like that - the screen would by necessity be very small, and for those of us who wear dress shirts everyday, if it is VERY flat, it will interfere with the sleeve. I don't see how it could be anything but a very limited device. Too small for most video, limited interface unless you talk into your sleeve to Siri like you are a G-Man, limited camera possibilities, and so on. I like the idea of small and portable, in theory, but the more I think about it, the less need I see for a minimized iPhone you were on your wrist. But hey, I've been wrong before. What do you think - coolest potential device ever or meh?
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