...and the meme is that it's too complicated (and of course implied but not said is it wouldn't be if Jobs were still around). It all started with Nilay Patel at the Verge who listed out every possible interaction one might have with Watch (as if one would need to use all of them all the time). Then Business Insider ran two articles with faux worry calling the watch "alarmingly complicated". And now today I see a similar article from Forbes questioning if Watch will be to complicated to be a mass hit (using the different watch faces as an example). It's as if there's this media echo chamber and they're all just parroting each other's talking points. Except all of these talking points are based off of not having used the device for one minute. No one in the media has gotten hands on time with the device outside of a supervised setting where the device was running a canned demo. So how can they know its complicated when they've never used it?