Where the Apple Watch fails

Image: Vicky Leta/Mashable I recently began wearing an Apple Watch regularly. Generally I’m not a watch guy haven’t been since I gave up my calculator watch in the late ’80s but in recent years I’ve learned to appreciate some of the utility features of smartwatches. I especially like the notifications, which necessitate only a glance at the wrist instead of the heavier lift literally and figuratively of digging my iPhone out of my pocket. First world problems, sure, but those are really what the Apple Watch (and, arguably, all consumer tech) was designed to address. SEE ALSO: The Apple Watch

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