Read this first if you are having doubts whether?you should buy the latest Apple Watch or not
It?s only a matter of time before Apple release their most highly anticipated gadget, the Apple Watch or as what some people call it, iWatch.
However, a few people might ask themselves ?Should I really buy this latest gadget?? if you are one of those people who are having doubts, check out this 5 reasons why you shouldn?t buy the Apple Watch.
5 Reasons why you shouldn?t buy Apple Watch just yet
- Nothing is permanent with the Apple Watch. Just like what airows said on their list, the constant upgrade of this device once every two years is not worth it.
- You might need a spare watch in case the battery runs out. If you are one of those people who keep saying that ?smartwatches are pretty convenient? then, I hate to break it to you but when the battery runs out, you will have to resort back to the old fashioned wrist watch.
- Pcadvisor had also pointed out that a smartwatch is another device that you will have to charge every night. There goes your convenience.
- Smartwatch, or Apple Watch to be specific, is a bit overpriced. Like marketwatch said, wait for it to go cheaper before you purchase one. That way you will save a lot of money.
- It is only compatible to the most recent iPhone. If you want Apple Watch to work properly or to use its full potential then you will need to have an iPhone 5 or iPhone 6 running on the latest iOS 8. That is the only way you can maximize the use of this device like what PCadvisor said on their list. If you already own an iPhone 5 or 6, then you are safe but if not, sadly, it would only be a waste of money and your time.
Don?t get me wrong though, Apple Watch is no doubt one of the coolest smartwatch I have ever seen and it is innovative. The features however are a bit similar to that of a smartphone but the concept of smartwatch is brilliant and maybe, in the near future, we will get to see its maximum potential.
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