Agreed, but I totally can understand why they didn't.I have the steel one. It's fine. I just wish it had its own GPS to track down activities
And yet Apple chose to include the ability to take/make phone calls and listen to music.Agreed, but I totally can understand why they didn't.
I have a Fitbit surge, and that battery is rated for a week usage, however running the GPS, it will drain in hours, not days (7 hours I think). Can you imagine how quickly the Apple watch will drain if it had a GPS.
I'm hoping they announce it but I doubt it. They have to test watchOS 3 like they will with the Mac and iOS betas.I'm holding out in buying a Apple Watch until after wwdc next month, then I will decide what to do, if a new one comes out then preorder, of not next day I will be buying train tickets to my nearest Apple Store
Exactly, this is what I'm confused about too! I suppose the main problem is that because this is the first gen, there is no standard set for the next version
I vaguely remember Apple stating the Apple Watch wouldn't get new iteration too frequently like the iPhone and iPads. My guess is April next year which would put it on a 2 year cycle.
Probably because it will be released on the iPhone cadence, and perhaps not every year. A September release is 18 months, which gives Apple time to move to the more efficient 14nm processors (from the 28nm in the current Watch), which should be significantly faster and enable more features to be added.