Apple recently launched its Watch and there has been no lack of coverage in the media, from the overwhelming sales numbers to the possibility that tattoos will interfere with its ability to function properly. Recently author and IT channel professional Jay McBain offered his take on living with the Apple Watch. Jay cites the increased value over the Fitbit and Jawbone wearables he’s fish out of the wash, battery life on party with his paired iPhone 6 Plus, and Siri and GPS functions functioning seamlessly.
He also muses how he is finally wearing a watch again after some twenty-odd years. And the bad? All potential minor issues for a first-gem Apple product such as limited value in the current suite of apps, finding it annoying when his Watch thinks it’s time he moves his body for exercise, and a less than impressive overall design. He does offer his insight as haptic communication, essential a back to the future version of Morse Code, will be the killer app of communication going forward. Hmm… only time and the next gen of users will tell. You can read Jay’s full report on life with his Apple Watch here.