Watch out for clowns that gonna tell you Apple is overpriced shit and will recommend you to buy some Android phone and a Xiaomi "smart" watch lmao
yes but wait til september when apple watch Series 5 comes out
asking tech questions on hltv lul... Just look at apple's website, see what can it do and decide if you could make a good use of it. I find them useless, saying that as an Apple fangay iPhone Macbook and iPad user.
better than medieval watches like Vacheron Constantin and Patek Phillippe costly 500k
I have series 4 and yeah I would say it's pretty useless
Watches solely exist to flex in 2019 so its up to you
Looks cool, if you're bored you'll use it
Blancpain Fifty Fathoms>>>>>>>>>>all
check the time on your phone mens))
No real use for it, would be better spent on another piece of tech, what ever smart watch it is
Waste of money not worth, but just my opinion though
It’s a waste of materials And ur money
i like Apple products but Casio G-shock >>>>> Apple Watch
I compare all watches under $500 to Apple Watch, and then I decided buying Apple Watch S4. It tells time, has Apple Pay and wakes me up in the morning peacefully.
After I made some serious money years later, I will buy one Omega and one Seiko.
If you have enough money and only use Apple, kinda Worth it, apple are on top if it comes to connecting their products easily.
Just buying an Apple watch because you have an iPhone, Most likely Not that Worth it.
I'll try to be impartial. It's way overpriced. Completely useless if you don't exercise. If you do work out then it has some cool features. Sleep tracking is nice. Notifications on wrist are cool.
Imo not worth $350+, so maybe buy one for cheaper off a site.
Feels like a toy that will be fun the first weeks, until you realize you don’t really need it, turns out it’s just another unnecessary device that causes you stress with all the notifications and to remember to charge it every day. In the end it’s just gonna end up in a drawer together with my old generation phones and ipads, collecting dust and soon long forgotten.