I would like to hear any experience others have had with the Apple Watch series 4 and seniors who aren't the most tech savvy. I've been considering whether the Series 4 might be a good fit for my mother, who is now in her 70's. I hesitate listing her age because she's one of those people we all wish we would be when we reach that age. She looks 20 years younger and is in excellent health. Still, she does live alone and has had some scary falls over the years. That's not to say she has balance issues, but the occasional ice patch and other situations that could cause anyone to slip, have resulted in a couple emergency room trips over the last 3 years or so. Given all of this, I think the fall detection and phone capabilities of the Series 4 would be a good match for her. Here's my concern though. I worry that it might just all be a bit too much for her from a technology perspective. If it's too complicated she won't wear it, and it won't do her any good sitting in a drawer. She does have an iPhone and iPad, which she understands quite well. Still, I don't think she would get much benefit from notifications all that much, nor do I think she would benefit from the activity features (she's in great shape as it is). So what has everyone else's experience been? Have you gotten a Series 4 for your parents? Or are you a senior yourself?