Not bad alt all I would say! But this is not a watch, this is the reincarnation of the iPod Nano, now designed with round edges to be worn on the wrist. A kind of Bonsai-iPhone…
Reading the time has become secondary with the Apple Watch. This device is stunning innovative and I am sure it will sell like hell. But the Apple Watch will for sure not harm the Swiss Watch Industry as foreseen by Jony Ive.
The traditional wristwatch has even become more attractive after the launch of the Apple Watch since it has now to be seen as its antidote.
With all the possible information flowing from and to the wrist the Apple Watch defines the beginning of a new technological era.
The classical mechanical Swiss made wristwatch will only profit from this development. I don’t even think Swatch will suffer, since these watches are so unique that an Apple Watch can not replace them.
But there will be companies suffering: For those offering more or less no name quartz watches that are made in a mediocre quality it will become challenging.
I have copied some pictures from the Apple homepage to show you the new Apple Watch.
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