Siri - Extremely limited search capability Observation: Rarely answers any question no matter how simple. Example: Siri could not tell me what my phone # was & it sent me to my iPhone. iWatch has my phone # in the contacts app. QUESTION: Are there any known plans or rumors saying Apple is going to fix this disaster? Calendar - Extremely limited viewing ability Observation: It only displays events the next 7 days. Example: If someone asks you what you are doing next weekend you MUST go to the iPhone. QUESTION: The modular iWatch provides the option to display calendar info. In the first 9 days, calendar data has show up once & then for only a few hours. Why does the calendar data refuse to be displayed on the modular watch face? Address book - This is an app that Apple does not want you to find! Observation: This is the largest app on my iWatch at 16.7 MB. It took 9 days to locate it. I found it by accident. It was buried in the map app. Example: Go to the map app & press and it really hard 4 or 5 times. 2 options appear, search & contacts. Press contacts several times and eventually contacts list appear. Go to desired contact & you will see 2 symbols (phone & message). DO NOT TOUCH PHONE SYMBOL, it immediately starts calling & stopping the call is near impossible. Now press the message symbol & your contact data appears. May I repeat again, that Siri can not find this data. QUESTION: Why is address book not located on the top screen with all the other apps? Activity & Workout - A totally confused mess Observation: I bought iWatch instead of Fitbit was because of Apple’s advertised simplicity. It couldn’t be further from the truth. Example #1: Take a simple thing like steps data. Daily step data shows up on 3 apps on the iWatch & then you go to your iPhone and find step data on 2 additional apps. You have to look at 5 apps on 2 devices to get a complete picture of your daily steps. On my wife’s Fitbit all data shows up on ONE app!!! She bought the cheapest Fitbit & it even shows you on a map where you walked when you exercised. If this feature exists on the iWatch, it is buried someplace & I haven’t found it. Example #2 “Exercise” is another source of insanity. So far it’s results are totally irrational. Every day I walk a 3.5 miles in a hour. Yesterday, while dressing & getting ready to walk it said I had exercised 17 minutes, then I walked 3.5 miles in an hour & it gave 0 minutes for exercising. Today, walked the same 3.5 miles & it said I exercised 55 minutes. QUESTION 1: Why can’t Apple put all health & exercise data in 1 app instead of 5 apps & also related map data on the iWatch? QUESTION 2: Why doesn’t Apple provide answers on how to improve our move & exercise values? QUESTION 3: Why do the exercise apps not close when you press the X symbol? Currently you must suspend it & press repeatedly on the X to stop the app. Heart- This is another app Apple does not want you to find! Observation: Apple features the heart app in their advertising, but actually hides the app. Example: Heart app can only be found in Glances or Exercise app. QUESTION 1: Why is heart data results so dysfunctional? It shows data in gory detail then go hours without showing any. QUESTION 2: Why is the heart app not located on the top screen with all the other apps? It is far more important than a stop watch app? QUESTION 3: Why can I not determine how often I want to see my heart data, like every 1, 5, 10 etc minutes or even hourly, because the current data collection method is irrational & useless? Wifi - A totally confused mess Observation: iWatch wifi does not work Example: iWatch would not connect to my Airport Extreme, nor would Airport Extreme recognize it even existed. Finally I posted the problem on Mac Rumors & they provided the solution, you have to reset the Airport Extreme to get your iWatch wifi to work. Some people have posted this is not a problem. QUESTION:The far bigger problem is iWatch is unable to connect with Starbucks wifi. This means you are not only tethered to your iPhone, but to your wifi at home. Some apps demand more than a bluetooth connection, they also require a wifi connection as well, so as soon as you leave home your iWatch capabilities start degrading. QUESTION 1: Why did Apple choose the most archaic wireless standard (2.4)? QUESTION 2: Why does Apple not want our iWatches connecting with the outside world via wifi? QUESTION 3: Is connecting to the outside world via wifi a hardware fix or a software fix? Glances - Useless Observation: It is far easier to press the icons on the top level screen. Example: It only works if you are on your watch app, which means wherever you are, you have to go back to the watch face, swipe up, the scroll right or left till you find the app you want to open. If this is some kind of app tray to simplify your life, it failed! The only app I left in the glance app is the heart app. OVERALL COMMENTS: #1 Why has Apple totally abandoned its KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle from the Steve Jobs era? #2 Would anyone be always carrying a MacAir to make their iPhone work? So why does Apple think we want to be tethered to the iPhone to make the iWatch work? Any app that needs to be tethered iPhone should not be allowed on the iWatch. I’m returning my iWatch. I love the concept, but the implementation of it is far below Apples normal standards of simplicity. Will buy whatever version in the future that is connectable to public wifi systems similar to Starbucks & has single source info apps like Fitbit and apps that are not tethered to the iPhone.