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Re: Without Numbers, Cook's Apple Watch Claims May Be Hollow
Posted by Carney3 on 2016-12-29 08:39:44
In reply to David Jones
"The main issues affecting the drop were an aging lineup and unintuitive user interface".

Bingo on the latter. David Pogue, no Apple-basher, brilliantly dissects the user interface problems of the Apple Watch and even more brilliantly offers a fix. He specifically abjured all rights to it, so Apple should actually follow his suggestion.

See it here:

http://pogueman.tumblr.com/post/129285667457/a-humble-proposition-how-to-fix-the-apple-watch




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Without Numbers, Cook's Apple Watch Claims May Be Hollow  David Jones  2016-12-08 11:44:07
Re: Without Numbers, Cook's Apple Watch Claims May Be Hollow  Carney3  2016-12-29 08:39:44
Re: Without Numbers, Cook's Apple Watch Claims May Be Hollow  Fd  2016-12-09 04:24:40
Re: Without Numbers, Cook's Apple Watch Claims May Be Hollow  TedCranmore  2016-12-08 12:08:52
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