It’s official. I have given my Apple Watch to my 13 yo daughter. She’ll get more pleasure out of it than me. And the overnight charging aspect doesn’t bother her at all. And the new Apple watches are about to start shipping and I’m considering buying one for the purpose of reviewing it, but frankly […]
Today I was putting a new watch band on my Apple Watch when I caught this view of it on my counter. It’s really not all that impressive. When my cat swiped it onto the floor I was even more amazed at how much buzz we’ve given this tiny device. Yeah. It’s a watch. Sure […]
A fitness tracker of some sort has been part of my watch-wear for several years now. I lost my first Fitbit in an airport security check, but I loved my Nike Fuelband. There *is* motivation in knowing that your steps were being counted. I didn’t really use the “social” aspects, but I did like the […]
I have not come close to putting my Apple Watch through its paces. I’ve got a long review of the fitness and activity apps, but it’s a few more days coming. There are a few things I’d really like to share, however, that might fill in some gaps about what you’ve heard. Battery Life It’s […]
Let’s see how the Apple Watch has become more than a watch in my first 30-days with it.
Apple’s insistence on being innovative over practical is a Apple Watch Killer. I am surrounded by iPhones and lightning chargers with no way to charge my Apple Watch.
I’m going to show you one of the design fails of the Apple Watch as I show you how to access Glances.
The watch is a new platform, like the iPhone and the iPad before it. Everything is changing in the mobile space with the development and adoption of this new device.
My Apple Watch bricked. Just a black slab of glass strapped to my left wrist. Nothing.
Over all, at this moment 1.5 days in, the watch is a watch and a very intuitive way to interact with my phone. Responding to texts seems to be it’s current magic app for me.