re: Why Apple iOS-Driven Smartwatch Makes Sense
Almost anything that I could imagine being done in a watch already happens, for the most part, on a phone. However, if they can stuff all of the main functions into a smaller device, which I could take to the grocery store, or to exercise, or into a meeting, there might be some usefulness. I like what Jeff AB says the Pebble does, but if that watch can also be a pulse oximeter, a pedometer and a GPS, as well as accept and respond to voice commands, play music, and even route phone calls and bring up calendar information . . . maybe. Dare I say: can I also have a digital wallet (probably asking too much)? Can its battery be semi-powered via solar?