“Solid survey research suggested not only that the iPhone would fail, but also that it would fail particularly hard in the United States because our phones and cameras are good enough, already,” Thompson reports. “That’s the story you might not know. What happened next is the story you do know.”
“Today, there are lots of people saying ‘I have no idea why I could buy a $300 smartwatch with no battery life when I have an iPhone.’ They are telling the truth. They really can’t imagine owning a smart watch,” Thompson reports. “But the moral of the story is that it doesn’t matter that they’re telling the truth.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “BD” for the heads up.]
Apple Watch, the world’s first real smartwatch, will be a massive hit – September 9, 2014