First, let me say that I love my Apple Watch. I love the way it looks, the way it feels . . . everything. That said, and recognizing that Watch OS 3 was already a huge usability improvement, here are a few more improvements I'd like to see: -- For several reasons, it should not be possible to simply change watch faces by swiping: First, a force touch already brings up a more robust face-changing interface. Second, the swipe makes it far too easy for people to accidentally change faces. Third, this means the left and right swipe can't be used for quick access functions, which would be more useful. Apple should eliminate the swipe-to-change-face function. -- The above frees up the left and right swipe. This could be used for a couple of different things, but my vote would be swipe right for the wallet and swipe left for the "now playing" screen. Alternatively, these gestures could be used for quick access to the apps of the user's choice. -- If selecting directions from the Calendar app, the Maps app should first ask whether you want walking, driving, or transit directions. -- Scheduled watch faces: Imagine if you could use the iOS watch app to set the watch to switch to different faces at certain times of the day on set days of the week. For me, I would use one face in the morning with transit-related complications, an identical one at work but with productivity-related complications, an activity face during workouts, and the modular face with home control complications in the evenings and on weekends. Having these switch on a schedule I created would really increase the "smart" factor for me. -- More watch faces and/or a watch face store.