Nevertheless, I’m generally bullish on my current Apple Watch. I wear it every day and use it to keep up with my fitness goals, set alarms and timers, check my calendar, listen to podcasts, turn on and off the lights, get directions, text my kids, and checkoff tasks. Oh yes … I also use it to tell time. This is the most useful watch I’ve ever owned. I put it on when I wake up in the morning and take it off when I go to bed. (That’s right, I even keep it on while I’m in my pajamas.)
I’ve only owned the Apple Watch since Monday, but I’m very happy with it so far. It hasn’t burrowed it’s way into my life as it has for David, but I’d chalk that up to a lack of free time over the past week rather than a lack of usefulness.