Yeah let's just hope the bands are usable with next watch.Hopefully the bands will be swappable. You should just be able to buy the cheapest stainless steel and sell your old watch with that band. You might end up being around £200 out of pocket depending on when you upgrade which you may or may not think is reasonable. But it's very clear that the watches are intended to be temporary items.
Honestly no watch makes financial sense today if you carry a phone around with you. You have a watch. But a watch is a jewelry piece to some people and is now becoming a much more functional computer for others. As I said before, I wouldn't pay $10,000 for either. Unless you have servants do everything for you, you're going to clang into stuff. Therefore I don't want soft-arse gold on my watch. I want the hardest stainless steel you can cook up. There aren't too many other materials as sturdy and affordable as SS, so it's a good watch material.Yeah yeah yeah, I know it'll date quickly. We all know that! As for it not making financial sense, well only the purchaser can decide on that count. It's subjective. £600 for a year's worth of apple watch fun makes perfect sense to me.
I never understood that line of thinking.It hurts a bit thinking your grand or so you spend on the watch will be nothing in 2 years.
I think a dinner with your wife is a lot different than a watch. Those are moments that you will never forget, and will leave a lasting impression. A watch does not have that same kind of effect on something.I never understood that line of thinking.
The meal with the wife yesterday is also not worth anything anymore. But that $500 is about the experience, not the physical item. Most purchases are like that.
Near the end he's trying to figure out how to open the watch. I don't know why. There will be no gears inside. And when trying to open the watch, the iFixit dude apparently has no clue or doesn't bother to mention that THE BAND COMES OFF. I'm not sure if that's how you access it, but you think he might clue his friend in on that part. I've got remote controls that won't open unless you take the battery cover off and remove a screw.
63 Apple 1s know to exist vs. millions of apple watches. Forgive my pessimism, but I won't stop the pension contributions just yet.I know, right? Electronics have junk long term value, especially 1st gen products. Just look at those Apple 1 boards, they're like worth nothing at all!