“There’s a video floating around on the interwebs where a Tesla is summoned from a garage by an Apple Watch,” Bambi Brannan writes for Mac360. “This is why Apple’s Watch has a great future, and the Tesla is just an example. No car keys. No valet. No venturing onto a rain soaked or ice covered street. Just ‘Simon Says, ‘I summon thee, Tesla.””
“Watch is just so darned convenient,” Brannan writes. “Breakfast at McDonald’s on the way into town. Watch pays. No fishing for iPhone. No credit card hunt. Just Watch. I bought a gift for a friend at Macy’s. No fishing for iPhone. No credit car hunt. Just Watch. Fast. Easy. Secure.”
“Get an incoming call while you’re walking down the street?” Brannan writes. “Let Watch keep the iPhone in your purse, bag, or pocket. It answers. It calls.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple Watches give users the gift of time.
Apple Watch saves time. And, we don’t mean that in a small way, we mean that in a big way. 😉 (Thanks, Steve.) Small bits of time saved throughout each day equal big time savings each day. Time is our most precious commodity.
“Lost time is never found again.” — Benjamin Franklin
That’s why we wear Apple Watches, they give us the gift of time. — MacDailyNews Take, July 21, 2015
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