Rene Ritchie at iMore:
The Apple Watch isn't an iPhone any more than the iPhone is a Mac. Computing has moved from the server room to the desktop to the laptop to the pocket and now onto the wrist. Every time that's happened, every time it's moved to a new, more personal place, those of us who were used to it in its old place have become slightly anxious, we've become subject to our own expectational debt.
Yet every time, over time, we've come to not only accept them, we've come to depend on them.
In other words, in no time at all, we’ll be annoyed when we forget to put the watch on when we’re dashing out the door in the morning for work. We’ll feel limited and naked without the Apple Watch on for the added convenience and practical functions it affords us. ∞