The smart watch craze came through with flying colors initially, but now is muddled in shades of gray as far as popularity and just how useful and practical these wrist watches truthfully are.
Apple especially took the world by storm as consumers snatched up the very first generation of watches and reveled in them initially. The whole smart watch concept seems a bit exaggerated truthfully, given that answering calls or sending texts from your wrist hardly seems like the definition of convenience.
The majority of those who bought the smart watch almost immediately had buyer's remorse and didn't necessary believe it was all that much value given the cost involved with it.
Truthfully, you have to understand their point of view, no matter how much Apple and other companies promise that the smart watch is here to stay.
For those who aren't amazed or haven't bought into the whole watch fanfare, it is with good reason. I never understood what made the smart watch so appealing. Granted, you might be able to be swayed by the initial appeal of being able to check messages and emails from your wrist, but is it really that much of a pain to go into your pocket and pull out a smart phone.
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