Reuters struggles to form opinion on Apple Watch opinions


The watch, the first new product to be launched by Apple under Chief Executive Tim Cook, has been given poor marks by reviewers for its relatively low battery life and slow-loading apps.

Yeesh, sounds bad. And inaccurate, so later that day and presumably after someone fired up their terminal and checked the intertubes, that paragraph was changed to:

Reviewers this week praised the watch, which also helps users monitor their health and exercise, as “beautiful” and “stylish” but gave it poor marks for relatively low battery life and slow-loading apps.

Apple expects strong demand in smartwatch consumer debut

Better, but still hot garbage. Maybe by nexterday, and with help from our future Interstellar selves, this will roughly resemble the actual consensus.