“Whenever Apple releases a new product category the Internet is flooded with snarky, negative comments that imply that the product is a failure,” Jim Lynch writes for CIO. “We saw it with the first iPhone and also the iPad. And, of course, you just knew the nattering nabobs of negativity where going to lash out against the Apple Watch and they have… with gusto!”
“But I have an Apple Watch, it came four days ago via UPS. And I’m here to tell you that you should tune out the Negative Neds and Negative Nellies when it comes to the Apple Watch,” Lynch writes. “Some of them simply don’t know what they’re talking about, while others have a stick up their rear ends simply because the Apple Watch is made by Apple.”
Lynch writes, “So without further adieu [sic] here are five of the biggest myths and lies being pushed by the Apple Watch naysayers, and I’ll tell you why these people are dead wrong about all of them.”
The five biggest Apple Watch myths and lies:
1. You don’t need an Apple Watch
2. The Apple Watch is too expensive
3. The Apple Watch is hard to learn how to use
4. The Apple Watch battery doesn’t last long enough
5. The Apple Watch is slow
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MacDailyNews Take: Damn lies, all five!
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. — MacDailyNews Take, January 30, 2015