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5/8/2014 | 4:06:43 PM
Will Apple's smartwatch be any better?
I wonder whether Apple can reproduce the conditions that made the iPod such a success when it enters the smartwatch market later this year (presumably). There's no shortage of examples of smartwatch flaws. If Apple can produce an iWatch that doesn't draw complaints, it could have another hit on its hands. And if it doesn't, Tim Cook will get the blame.


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