Well, Apple has done it. The Apple Watch, much like the iPhone, is the next Apple device I can't live without. In fact, the Apple Watch has become more of a cornerstone in my life than my Mac and much more so than the iPad. For point of reference I had sold my iPad Air which I used for a double-digit amount of hours total, purchased an iPad Air 2 on Black Friday, never opened it and sold it -- so not every Apple product is an instant essential for me. Thus, for me at least the Apple Watch is the most crucial new Apple product since the iPhone. Sure, I had been a watch fanatic prior to the Apple Watch but I only wore a watch out on certain occasions. To be blunt I enjoyed collecting watches more so than wearing them (who needs time on their wrist in 2015? ). Yet, I find the Apple Watch incredibly versatile and find myself enjoying simply checking it for time. Frankly, the third-party apps have been practically useless (taking far too long to load, even the Weather app) but hopefully watchOS 2 solves my main issue with the Apple Watch. Much like a phone or even a stuffed animal back in adolescent days, once you feel naked without a certain item you know that item has become essential to your life. I'm sure the majority of owners that gave Apple Watch a chance have come to the same decision, and feel odd without wearing it.