I don't currently own an Apple Watch at this time, but... I don't use my phone for much more than making calls, texting, and occasionally streaming music or playing stored music, light browsing, and occasionally GPS. I do this because my phone is comparatively ancient... the iPhone 4. Given my particular use case, I would find it amazing to have an Apple Watch that was not a companion to an iPhone, but is itself the genuine article as a primary phone. I would still have a computer/tablet/iPad/book device, but the watch would stand completely alone as the primary telecommunication device. Am I alone in wanting this? Are we so attached to holding a phone in our hands to use apps that we can't imagine being without that experience in our phone? Or can we stick the phone on our wrists so our "books" can be book-sized and not have to be small enough to hold up to our ears? Food for thought. What do you all think?