I think that the iWatch, or whatever it will be called, should it actually materialize, will be a bit of a watershed moment for Apple. Because I think it will be massively ignored. And this would be a bit of a first for Apple, or for Apple Ascendent, which they have been since rising from the ashes couple of decades ago. Given the ubiquity of smartphones, wearing a watch these days seems to be a bit redundant, and even quaint. I no longer wear a watch, and I know that many others do not, either. Your phone is with you everywhere, how many different ways do you need to tell the time? As for the health monitors, I believe that the interest in these things can be addressed via the smartphone, if they are not already. And that the interest in these facilities if much-overestimated. Once again, I'm not convinced that this device is actually about to appear, at least under the Apple Manqué. It just makes absolutely no sense. Consider: one aspect of the smartphone revolution (iPhone and others) is that, for many of us, it has rendered the wristwatch obsolete, except as jewelry. This subject strikes me as one of the few times in recent memory that the oft-recited homily "this would not have happened under Steve's watch" or whatever variant one chooses, is apt. I honestly believe that this nonsense would not have ever gained traction if Steve Jobs were running things, and more than anything else (except maybe for the "new, low-priced iMac" travesty) is representative of the way Apple is going (that and Beats, lord help us) under the stewardship of Tim Cook who, for whatever else he may be, is not a visionary, i.e. exceptional, different, crazy, maddening, mean, whatever, as was his predecessor, for better or worse. I'm not trying to offend anyone, and I'm not trying to beatify Steve Jobs. Just making an observation upon which others may wish to comment, or not. Have a nice day, and keep waiting for that new Mac mini. Dragons exist, really.