With what has been announced so far, I'm not very interested in the Apple Watch. I don't like how it's not waterproof, doesn't have it's own GPS, how it's seemingly obligated to the iPhone, and I especially don't like the alleged battery life. People are comparing it to others on the market; That's not good enough for me. Just because it's 'normal' in today's smartwatch market doesn't make it acceptable. Battery life is one of the main reasons I haven't purchased any other smartwatches so, for me, Apple doesn't seem like they are going to deliver. Also, the health aspect doesn't seem too special either. I have an iPhone app that measure my pulse with spot-on accuracy (as I've compared it to the machines at work (of course it's more convenient on the watch... I digress)) and I thought we'd get more than that and another pedometer. Having said that, I'm almost positive I will be pre-ordering. Inane, yes? How is that even somewhat rational? I really don't feel as if the first generation Apple Watch is worth it, especially starting at just under $400 after taxes. Anyone feel similar or am I just brainwashed?