“The hardware of the [Apple Watch] is beautiful in a surgical way. The little cube of metal and glass wouldn’t seem out of place in a futuristic lab or sci-fi movie. It is very much an Apple product: clean, sleek, remarkably solid,” Joshua Topolsky writes for Bloomberg. “But as a piece of jewelry… Apple’s design doesn’t compete with Rolex, Omega, or Breitling for sheer style, but the more I wore the inconspicuous thing, the more I liked it on my wrist.”
“The looks are just the beginning. It’s loaded with cutting-edge technology,” Topolsky writes. “After using it, I had no question that the Apple Watch is the most advanced piece of wearable technology you can buy today.”
“The watch is not life-changing. It is, however, excellent. Apple will sell millions of these devices, and many people will love and obsess over them,” Topolsky writes. “It is a wonderful component of a big ecosystem that the company has carefully built over many years. It is more seamless and simple than any of its counterparts in the marketplace. It is, without question, the best smartwatch in the world.”
Read more in the full review here.
MacDailyNews Take: Apple is about to change the world – yet again.
New York Times’ Manjoo reviews Apple Watch: ‘A power you can’t live without’ – April 8, 2015
USA Today’s Baig reviews Apple Watch: ‘Second to none; I want one’ – April 8, 2015