Apple doesn't want to talk about the real use for the Apple Watch
Yesterday Tim Cook showed off all the things you can do with an Apple Watch. You can transmit your heartbeat and open your garage door; you can summon an Uber and peruse Instagram. Basically, you can do a lot of the things you can do on your phone, but on your wrist. That seems nice but doesn’t really answer the question of why you’d spend a few hundred dollars (or more) for a device that does the same things as the device in your pocket. Apple’s challenge was to present a compelling use case for the watch, and it mostly failed to. “It still feels like an awful lot of interesting ideas without a unifying theme,” Nilay wrote after testing the watch.
The thing is, the watch does have a use case, it’s just one that’s hard for Apple to talk…
Source:: The Verge