Not worth it. Developers would still need to write for the 38mm model and make sure tap targets, font sizes, icons, etc are still usable on the smaller display.
Yeah, true. I was thinking about how some iPhone apps are getting tap targets and icons intended for larger screens, but they're getting smaller on my 5S.Wrong. Do you think developers are currently writing two different applications for the 38mm & 42mm watches? watchOS already handles that for them.
I agree. After a year using a 38mm, I upgrade myself to an 42mm.Not worth it at all. There isn't a large enough market for 47mm in my opinion. The large majority of consumers would be looking at 38/42mm. A 40mm would be nice but doubt there will be changes to the watch size.
I agree - I just tried one on today and I must have gorilla wrists - ok I'm fluffy - the bands don't fit and the damn thing looks like a chiclet. Even with a larger band I don't think it would work. Guess I have to see what Gen 2 bringsI have a large wrist. A) I'm rather hefty and B) even though it is something fat people say, I really do have big bones. So I'd love a 47mm watch, I'd even go for a 45mm or whatever size up would bit would be.
That's a bit obnoxiously large - but I'm sure people somewhere want them. I guess if I wanted it bad enough I'd get one of those ugly full body protection cases and a longer band. I don't want it that badly though.
I agree - I just tried one on today and I must have gorilla wrists - ok I'm fluffy - the bands don't fit and the damn thing looks like a chiclet. Even with a larger band I don't think it would work. Guess I have to see what Gen 2 brings