Do you have access to one to try? Maybe a nearby Apple Store or a friend who has one? You could try it out to see if it works for you.
Hey BurmaYank, Apple Watch's heart rate sensors will work just fine, so that won't be an issue. The motion sensors may, however, have trouble telling when you've lifted your wrist to look at the watch.
I was really impressed with the whole experience. There had to be some serious training ahead of this launch because they did absolutely everything right.
iVoid, Kelly was *SO* hoping to use no lefty support as an excuse until I assured her it's really there. Her disappointment at finding that out was palpable.
Yeah. I wonder the very same thing.
Barry, relying on the sleep data Fitbit, or any other fitness tracker, collects is a really bad idea if you're looking at it as hard laboratory-style data. These devices "track" your sleep by monitoring your movement, just as you said. The only way to have solid sleep data is to do exactly what you did and participate in a clinical sleep study. I don't look to my Fitbit for clinical data when I should be sleeping, but instead as a tool to help track how restless I may be throughout the night. I can then compare that data with my…
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Quantas is on the list now! The airlines that aren't offering Apple Watch support are really starting to stand out.
Thanks for the reminder, freediverx! JetBlue is on the list now.
I just picked up the Philips Lux starter kit. It's $99, includes the same Hue hub and two white-only bulbs. Seems like a less painful way to get into the Hue game and figure out how I want to use the lighting before investing in color bulbs. Bonus: If I need more white bulbs, they're $30 each instead of $60.