The Apple Watch was Created to Help Us Stop Obsessing Over Our Smartphones

The Apple Watch will debut on April 24, and customers will be able to take a peek at it in Apple stores starting April 10. But the big question looming is: What purpose will the watch serve in daily life? While Apple attempted to answer that question at the watch's unveiling event in March — it's great for tracking fitness, getting notifications, etc. — many have remained skeptical. According to Lynch and Dye, the watch will help prevent people from burying their faces in their iPhones all the time. Lynch told Wired, “People are carrying their phones with them and looking at the screen so much,But how do we provide it in a way that’s a little more human, a little more in the moment when you’re with somebody?”



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