It seems that every first gen Apple product has one omission that is obvious, and then is quickly fixed in the second generation. For the iPad everyone complained about the lack of cameras, the second gen had them. The first iPhone needed 3G, added in the second version. The first iPod touch oddly had no external volume buttons, then Apple added them in the second generation. The first MacBook Air needed the backlit keyboard (and a second sub port) this was added in gen 2. The new MacBook needs a second USB C port, and it will probably get one in the second generation. As far back as I can remember, the first gen of an Apple product has one obvious missing feature that would make its use so much better. But I don't really know if this is true of the Apple Watch. The only thing I can think of is the price. I think it needs to be $199 for me to really want one enough to buy it. Is it missing something critical feature or hardware wise that in just not seeing?