Here’s How Apple Watch Changed The World

John Biggs writes how the Apple Watch changed the world. Not just the watch industry, but people in general.

Watch analysts believe that Apple created a halo effect. Of the millions of people who bought and wore an Apple Watch, a majority had never worn or thought about wearing a watch. Once they tried the Apple Watch, however, and outfitted it with leather bands, fancy Milanese loops and outfit-matching colors, the attitude changed. If wearing watches is so fun and expressive, why not try other, more storied pieces?

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2 thoughts on “Here’s How Apple Watch Changed The World

  • Apple watch is a side-of-fries. I love the spins the clones put out here. So what if they sell a boatload. They sell a boatload of Huwaii watches too. The watch failed miserably as a “thing” that Apple depended on as a great next product but no – as usual Apple made a compromised non-autonomous device useless to the majority of cell phone users because you needed an iPhone for functionality – give me a break. Watches just aren’t a “thing” guys, no matter how you spin it. Here in Hollywood I just don’t see them. Even the TV clones don’t wear them anymore.

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