QuasiUnaFantasia But I should probably have kept that remark to myself, having stopped wearing wristwatches years ago (because it feels annoying to have something clinging to my wrist all the time, and I used to take the watch off and leave it in strange places a lot).
I can’t stand anything permanently hanging from my wrist, that is, unless, it can perform some serious magic, and, as far as I now, “smart-watches” ain’t so smart (yet), and other than keeping steps, calories, and hours slept, they seem to do the same things your smartphone already does….
I’ll keep an eye on them, but only when I see some serious magic, “Pete is set to expire on 10/23/2034,” will I spend my hard-earned money on one.
Re: diabetes, I’m not very impressed with this ‘relative-reading’ thing; I want it to completely replace pinching for blood.
I also want it to tell me when my sperm will have no effect on ovulation, so I can ditch that rubber thing; I want to know when the elevator is empty, so I can avoid useless small talk, “so, how’s the weather out there?” How the hell would I know, do I look like a meteorologist?
If, per se, I’m stuck on small talk, I want the watch to detect this, and automatically sound an alarm of sorts to get me out of the ST, and back into my head; incidentally, the only place I feel comfortable..
Magic, that’s what I need from the Apple-Watch, or else I’m gonna have to pass…….