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Only problem I see, its dependent on a iPhone, for instance, the map feature, it links to the iPhone via Bluetooth for it to work, since it doesn't independantly have GPS Hardware capabilities, i'm certain there are other features that depend on a iPhone being present.

Price, for the lowest of the three models is pretty steep.

Apps, will it be able to use modified apps already purchased for the iPhone, or will the buyer of this watch, have to repurchase the same apps they own on a iPhone for this watch?

finally, a new device means new hardware that Apple may encounter problems with, and just like all other new devices that were purchased by early adopters, I'm certain early adopters with this watch will be test subjects to find all the kinks with this newest device, sometimes, its best to sit back and wait for version 2, who knows, version two may even be a fully independent device...

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Well, it is to mostly look at quick data, like who is calling, who messaged, directions etc. All that will display nicely on the phone's small screen. Even for photo viewing, being able to view thumbnails is better than not being able to see the pictures at all!

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