I've only had my Apple Watch for a couple of weeks and really like it. I have seen a lot of love and hate on here regarding the AW. Clearly its a product that is not for everyone, but it seems that the bar for the AW has been set by some pretty high compared to other Apple products, and in particular regarding Apps. The first generation iPhone didn't have apps at all, and for Apple TV the first several generations didn't have apps. Introducing apps in a brand new platform is fraught with risks. Until the product is in the wild, you really don't know how its going to perform and how many hidden bugs exist. Adding 3rd party apps to that equation dramatically increases the potential for problems. Apple took a bit of risk rolling out the 1st generation with full 3rd party app support. We are still very early in the lifecycle of this product, and its just now becoming available in some parts of the world. I don't think the AW will ever sell in the volumes of the iPhone... and in fact it can't since its a subset of that user base... but to me it seems to be well on its way to being a success for Apple. I don't think it will be on as rapid a cycle of new versions because of the impact of users investing in bands and the more expensive models; but of course eventually a new model that is slightly thinner and faster will come along. In the mean time, I think they have a great product and happy to finally be using it.