It's been a long time coming:  a watch from the company that brought us beloved devices such as the iPod, iPhone, and iPad.  The Apple Watch was introduced yesterday; the first opportunity for the general public to learn what it can do.  Wearers will see on the watch all kinds of useful information:  e-mails, calendar appointments, sports scores and of course, the time.  Fitness enthusiasts will probably like the data that shows up during a workout.  City dwellers who rely on Uber vehicles to get them around town will be able to summon a car using this new watch.  And if you enjoy using the Shazam app to identify a song or artist you hear, you'll be able to "Shazam" with your Apple Watch.  Are you impressed with all of these capabilities?  Do you think you will buy one?  They range in price from $349 to $10,000.  I stopped wearing a watch in the 90s when I realized I'd rather just look at my cell phone to tell the time.  So consider me in the camp of folks who think the new smart watches are cool, but won't be wearing one.  I enjoy and appreciate my smartphone, so I'll just keep using it, and not splurge on the wrist-worn technology.

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