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Apple Watch a Flunk?

When Apple first unveiled a new smart watch it seemed like maybe this is what the smartwatch world needed. A watch from Apple. Maybe things would be different. Maybe Apple would change the world yet again! .. Or not…

Watch

The Apple Watch that starts Retail at around 500USD has been deemed not a device ready for market. Many people have claimed they have regretted buying the device a week after purchase. Why? Well because the fact of the matter is it’s not exactly there yet. Functions on the watch are not exactly game-changing. For a price point that high the consumer should expect something a little more than a watch with an Apple logo on it.

A lot of people are actually using it as a fashion statement. While some find it not very “sexy” or fashionable” others are buying it to make it work. Some are even buying it shows financial status like the gold-plated Apple watch that retails for as much as 17,000 USD. Some have tried the gold watch and have stated that it feels. ” Uhh Heavier”.

Apple-Watche-Model

The build quality and attention to detail of the physical watch itself are quite great actually. There have not been many complaints about the structural integrity of the device, just what it does. Apparently, the only thing really cool about it is its Siri integration and cool wallpapers. It also has been used as a health monitoring device but to that testament, there are already cellphones that count how many steps you take and much cheaper watches that check heart rates.

At the end of the day if you are buying an Apple Watch don’t expect to be wowed. You’re probably buying it just to buy it. Maybe Apple will get it down pat the second time around.

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Ravi Shah


Ravi is the head of Content Strategy at iFixScreens Corporate. With over a decade of experience writing technical content for his readers, Ravi has helped thousands of readers with helpful content, tips, and tricks. He mainly writes content related to gadget repairs, such as iPhones, Smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

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