Touchid has changed our lives and the way most people go about security. Apple Watch clearly aims for a big market of "Remote Controlling Stuff" 1+1.... Now imagine unlocking your home by putting your finger on the Digital Crown. Much like we do with Apple Pay on our iPhone.. but for everything. App makers already got a head start and are creating amazing remotes and controls, but the security is lacking, (passwords is pretty much the only security you'll have on the watch at this time, witch sucks..) We may be able to have it linked to the iPhone now for the added security, however, as Apple allows third party app makers to install apps directly on the watch (usable without iPhone) someone who steals your Apple Watch would then be able to unlock your cars, our fronts doors and use credit cards. My conclusion. If the Watch even aspires at becoming a "standalone" devices. It's gonna have to be more secure than it is now. Hence, touchID ladies and gentlemen. Seems like the next logical step to me right? Food for thoughts?