thank you! lord a mercy.. +. 1.This is such a ridiculous argument. I'm sure Apple will gladly sell you a second watch, but I've tracked sleep with my Apple watch nearly every night for almost a full year now. It's much easier than you would think. Because the battery is so small it charges super quickly. Charging starts to slow down once you start going above 80% so I usually keep my watch in the 40%-80% charge range (which actually is the ideal way to increase longevity of a battery), which usually equates to 40-50 minutes of charging daily. Either all at once or broken up into 2 bursts (getting ready in the morning and getting ready for bed). It's really not a bother for me personally.
Of course I know what to do about the broken watch, it's just frustrating...What would you do if your car broke down?
You will survive until you get your replacement. But if this benefits even 1 person, it is worth it...
Applaud Apple for trying and where it is due... everything doesn't have to be negative.
How is the watch supposed to calculate calories from sex if you take it off when you're going at it?Don't know why people can't imagine to charge the AW's battery at other times than at night. But, maybe, they are having sex only at night also.
I would think the same thing, but a user here mentioned they charge their watch while they get ready for work, so they can wear it at night. Not having a Watch, I couldn't say how well this might work in practice.Do I need a second watch then? Because my first one will be charging at night.
Or in repair when it's only a few days old (mic stopped working)
Who is saying I take off my AW before I'm having sex? Some people can imagine to charge their AW's battery twice a day a short time about an hour each. Also some people can imagine having sex twice a day (short time or maybe longer, depends on several factors) and other people can imagine to have sex only at night (maybe twice or more times). The world is full of imagination, if people use one's imagination.How is the watch supposed to calculate calories from sex if you take it off when you're going at it?
I would think the same thing, but a user here mentioned they charge their watch while they get ready for work, so they can wear it at night. Not having a Watch, I couldn't say how well this might work in practice.
Updates are great when they replace something with something better.....
These people trying to spread updatofobia...
If you don't want things to change stay away from Apple, because they are coming for your zone of comfort, they will come and will take your DVD drive, your USB ports, your 3.5mm jack and your phone keys, and your money too.
And it's better.Updates are great when they replace something with something better.
Apple (and iOS apps) often update and replace something we liked with something they like, and we don't like as much or it's too early to be convenient.
And with the Apple ecosystem, there's rarely a way back and often little heads up as to how things will change.
I've been burned so many times by updates that it now outweighs my desire to have the absolute latest... and don't forget, that was the whole reason I ended up on Macrumors to begin with -- to keep up with the hype of the new products and software.
You might want to read the actual complains in this forum and elsewhere, before going ad hominem and uttering nonsense generalizations.If you don't like, well, there's something wrong with you, because there's no downside and it's prettier and better organised.
Rather than presenting all the information I need (and only that information) in one place, it is now in multiple sections (so I cannot see all the data easily at once). Rather than using the space on the dashboard for my information, they are using it for pretty pictures. That is not an improvement.Please explain the "so awful"?
They maintained what they had, but better sectioned, put prettier graphics you can ignore, everything else, it's the same.