Hi all. I've just read the Apple Watch review from Cnet. http://www.cnet.com/uk/products/apple-watch/ The following paragraph has an interesting and slightly concerning mention on wired headphone use: Apple Watch's calling and speakerphone elements are like what Samsung's Gear watches have offered: the watch connects with your phone remotely. Apple's microphone is excellent: people I called had no problem hearing me and didn't even know I wasn't on my phone, even with the watch down at chest level. But I found that I had to lift the watch up to my face, mainly so I could hear them. It wasn't always easy: the speaker's volume is on the low end and a little tinny. You can use Bluetooth headphones, but oddly, you can't use the Apple Watch as a remote to place calls while your phone is in your pocket and your wired headphones are on. Now, I'm happy enough to use my headphone switch to activate Siri to make a call (though I'd rather have the choice to use my watch), but I'm not sure this is what he means? I use my wired headphones a lot so what are your thoughts please?