I was very negative about the Apple Watch right from the beginning, you may even call it being prejudiced. I thought it was a product that I would never use it and never even saw the point to own one. Well, last week I was waiting for my wife at a shopping mall in front of an Apple Store. While killing time, I went in and took a look at Apple Watches again and suddenly decided to buy the cheapest sports model to give it a try. I told the guy at the store that I was going to play with it and if I don't like it, I could give it to my wife anyway. The salesman grinned and said, you will like it so much that you'll come back and get one for your wife as well. I said, yea sure and grinned back. My iPhone was jailbroken just to run two specific programs. Notifier +, which periodically reminds me audibly if I have a missed call or a message and the other program is the Intelliscreen, which puts all sorts of information like weather, messages, emails and phone calls on the locked screen so that I can see and respond to all of them without unlocking the phone. With the Apple Watch suddenly it became next to impossible to miss a call or a message and all the information that I had it on my iPhone's locked screen was at my wrist. So, I ended up updating my IOS to 9.2.1 and got rid of the JB. Suddenly my iPhone became so much more useful without the need to have the JB programs. However, once I found out that I could respond to calls and messages from my wrist without the need to run across the room to get to my phone, I was convinced that I misjudged the Apple Watch. In the end, the salesman at the Apple Store was right. Two days later we were at an Apple Store to pick an Apple Watch for my wife as well. I admit being wrong about the Apple Watch.