- Sep 16, 2014
My watch is coming today and I'm wondering do you think it will be awkward if I'm the only one who as apple watch at my HS?
The teachers makes us put our phones in a rack but i don't. who knows maybe they will make a watch rack tooI doubt you will be able to guess what I do for a living from this post...but a better question is are your teachers ok with you wearing a smart watch during class. I know more than a few schools that have a no cellphone policy, however I doubt rules are in place for smart watches yet. The last thing you would want is for it to be confiscated for the day....just to have administration play with it till 3 o'clock
You cant really cheat with an apple watch. Using the only keyboard which is siri would be hardYeah talked to a few teachers about it and they had no idea about any rules against a smart watch. Seems like it's up to me to be responsible with my new found Apple watch power #. Me being the only one with an Apple watch on the way will be awesome too. Lone wolf.
What watch do you haveHigh-schooler here!
I read the other day that the police in some Australian cities will be ticketing you if they see you looking at the watch while you drive. Is that true?I am college (university in Australia) and I have got an apple watch being delivered today. I will be the only person with it at my college and it is something that I am not worried about. I used my hard earned money for the watch so I think I should be allowed to show it off.
Enjoy your watch
Well in Australia our police forces are all state police forces and in my state New South Wales the police force brought in a policy last year after the first galaxy gears came out that smartwatches come under the same policy with mobiles... So you need either a bluetooth headset or a cradle for your phone. I am not sure of the finite details of the policy regarding smartwatches but I do know of one person who got fined for using their smartwatch whilst driving. Queensland has a different policy to NSW but I think all the other states and territories have followed NSW's policy.I read the other day that the police in some Australian cities will be ticketing you if they see you looking at the watch while you drive. Is that true?