“You may have read that some people are giving up on the Apple Watch,” Tim Bajarin writes for PC Magazine. “Some cite the lack of useful apps, while others point to frustrations that it has not lived up to their expectations.”
“I respect people’s decision to give up their Apple Watch, but I believe it’s very short-sighted, and I don’t think they understand how new technology is adopted,” Bajarin writes. “They are probably curious adopters versus early adopters, who understand that devices get better over time.”
“Many [curious adopters] returned their iPods within weeks or months of its use, and there were a number of “Why I returned my iPod” stories. But those who kept it were eventually rewarded with better software, more songs, and the iPod only got better over time,” Bajarin writes. “The same thing happened with the original iPhone.”
Read more in the full article – recommended – here.
MacDailyNews Take: Exactly.
Those who don’t get it are usually the loudest. They are good for a laugh, at least.