Since Apple introduced the Apple Watch, Apple has worked hard to clarify the product, guiding it where most users found it most useful – alerts and activity tracking. The imaginative dream of the Apple Watch taking over every single task once managed by the iPhone is mostly dead and gone.
This change has occurred in both hardware and software.
First, Apple positioned the stainless steel model as the standard Apple Watch, with the cheaper aluminum “sport”
watchOS has changed drastically in its short lifespan. I’m hard pressed to think of any other operating system and platform that has seen so much fundamental change in just five years …