Thinking about the Apple Watch there was an article I came upon about the Apple Watch and how it’s become useful in a surprising way too many people.
You might’ve noticed that the person who took your order at the bar, brought you the shoes you wanted to try on, or perhaps even patted you down at the airport security line, is sporting an Apple Watch, which starts at $329 for the newest Series 3 watch. And there’s a pretty simple explanation: Many service-industry jobs where employees have to be on their feet all day don’t allow workers to check their phones while they’re on the clock. But that rule doesn’t necessarily apply to a piece of unobtrusive jewelry that happens to let you text your friends and check the weather.
I can relate to this article on how the Apple Watch has become useful to myself. In my day job, I usually don’t take out my phone out, only in breaks and lunch. Ever since I started wearing the Watch again at work it’s been a way for me to be kept updated in the news and sports and as well from family and friends.
So it’s been surprising how I use my Apple Watch and how much I depend on the Watch to keep me connected when I’m at work. I also use the Watch for health reasons when I’m riding my bike to work since the weather is nice now here in Ottawa Canada. And as well for the weather.