Kraig Becker with a perspective on where Apple’s Watch really works best.
There is no denying that the Apple Watch has had a dramatic impact on the daily lives of early adopters. Not only does it conveniently put notifications, emails, and text messages right on our wrists, it is also is a great fitness tracker, a wonderful way to navigate around town, and is a solid speakerphone. It even acts as a remote control for your Apple TV. But the wearable device may be at its best when traveling, which is when some of its feature truly start to shine.
It’s becoming crystal clear that Watch is a useful accessory to iPhone, good for alerts and notifications and quick glances at specific information– and telling time– and not much more.