I've been very disappointed (and a little confused) by the lack of any coverage of the Apple Watch as a music playback device. Something small and light, with on-board storage, wireless headphones, water resistance, and a built-in strap makes it seem like a clear successor to the older iPods. Yet I've only seen a couple reviews even mention it. And even then only Cnet (of all places) wrote more than a sentence or two. Even Apple! They've mentioned it offhandedly in their keynote and had one sentence on their website for months, but they seem content to open preorders without even uploading the promised "Music" focused walkthrough. The most information we've received about how it works was from some leaked screenshots of the settings app. Basics like whether you can start a song and then switch over to, say, a stopwatch or the fitness app are complete unknowns. I understand the Watch has a wide assortment of features, but it's odd how little attention this one is getting.