Just a little thought about something I'd really like to see in future updates: While you can transfer a call to your phone by swiping up on the phone lock screen, what you can't do is dial the call on your wrist and have the audio go through your phone. In other words, you can't transfer a call from the watch to the phone from the watch, you have to instigate the transfer from the phone. Why would I like this? I spend a lot of time with my phone in my pocket and headphones on. When I have headphones on, it is much more preferable to make calls using them rather than the watch, but to do that I have to use Siri on the phone through the headphones. This is ok, but I get no visual confirmation of what I'm doing. If I could use the watch to dial the number, and then send the call to my phone, I wouldn't have to get my phone out of my pocket and I wouldn't have to rely on waiting to hear from Siri whether she understood my dial request correctly. Another way this sort of watch/phone relationship could work is when composing messages using Siri on your phone while using headphones - you could compose the message on your phone while the watch shows you what you're writing. So I could leave my phone in my pocket, use Siri to dictate using my headphones (which is more convenient than holding up my wrist) but glance at my wrist to check what I've dictated. It would be great to see Apple enhance the watch/phone interactions in future updates.