“The Apple Watch represents the biggest product bet Apple has placed since the iPhone in 2007,” Neil Cybart writes for Above Avalon.
“Apple will never be the same kind of company once Apple Watch pricing is revealed on Monday,” Cybart writes. “Management’s primary focus during Monday’s “Spring forward” Apple Watch event will be showing how a premium mass-market technology brand can embrace luxury without alienating a portion of its customer base.”
Cybart writes, “On one hand, Apple Watch is a device that seemingly no one asked for, but on the other hand, it is a device that holds enough potential to reshape the mobile landscape by altering the way consumers use iPhones.”
Read more in the full article – recommended – here.
MacDailyNews Take: Get ready!
He who’s not busy being born is busy dying. — Bob Dylan
All phones are cumbersome to the same degree. They have to be pulled out, woken up, and poked at… Apple created… a world of iPhone/iPhone knockoff addicts. Apple will change the world again with Apple Watch, replacing iPhone zombies and iPhones on and under dining tables and everywhere else (you know, the stuff the older set complain about: “People nowadays, always looking at their gizmos, nobody can even have a conversation”) with quick glances of the wrist – like in the days of yore….
With iPhone, Apple changed the fabric of our everyday lives: All around the world today, you see people constantly pulling phones from pockets and staring at them. With Apple Watch, Apple will change behavior worldwide once again. A quick glance at your Watch and you’re off. No more smartphone zombies. Watch and see.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Dan King” and “Judge Bork” for the heads up.]