After some hands-on time with the Apple Watch, I've learned a few things. Perhaps the most important of which is that the majority of discussions regarding the Apple Watch by the traditional watch media have been rather misguided. I feel that people need to understand that the Apple Watch is not only a new type of product for Apple, but the first real "cross-over watch" that wades in both the waters of technology and horology. For a moment, I'd like people to put aside their criticisms and complaints, and consider what I believe to be a future inevitability: the dominance of the smartwatch as a necessary tool in the everyday lives of everyday people.
When author Ariel Adams says "hands-on" he means it, I haven't read or seen this much detail on the Apple Watch in all its iterations anywhere else to date. If you're interested in the Apple Watch, you'll want to read this.