Apple made the right move by dropping the "i" from the watch and calling it the Apple Watch instead. People are so used to the "i" being there, that they still call it the iWatch. There was a time when the "i" actually had meaning (such as standing for internet for the original iMac) but Apple continued to run with it to keep things simple. I think it was a sign that Apple was moving on from that era. In some ways, a way for Tim Cook to declare to the world that this was his version of Apple. What are your thoughts?