It makes sense to run or exercise with Watch vs. carrying around an iPhone. You probably don’t want to swim or shower with iPhone, either, but would you, or could you, replace your iPhone with Watch? Some think you can. Dennis Sellers isn’t one of them.
Could the Apple Watch someday completely replace your iPhone? I doubt it, as the camera features of the smartphone would be impossible to replicate on the smartwatch.
Who would disagree with that?
John Koetsier found someone:
What’s next in smart watches might not look like a watch at all. In fact, some of the foldable screen technology that has recently been interesting (and faulty) in smartphones might be coming to your wrist:
Seriously? A foldable Watch display? Brady Wang:
Foldable displays are coming to smartwatches… Nubia’s attempt to design ‘smartphone + smartwatch’ adds smartphone level capability to the wrist form-factor. The UI of Nubia Alpha comes with features like gesture control, shortcuts with image capture, and moving through apps. This makes the smartwatch versatile and user-friendly. However, we are still in nascent stages in the evolution of smartwatch form-factors.
Nubia? I won’t hold my breath.