By Josh Adams
The Apple Watch is polarizing. Most people find wearing a miniature computer on their wrist either invaluable or insufferable. I can’t blame them for not wanting to spend $350+ to find the answer.
So what do they do? Ask their tech-savvy friends, of course. So, yeah, that’d be me.
I grew weary of repeating my thoughts on the Apple Watch after interrogating friends on their iPhone usage and lifestyle. So I made a flowchart that shows normal people if they should get one.
In case you don’t look at the chart, here’s my single pithy tip about your suitability for an Apple Watch:
The top sign that you might like an Apple Watch is if you want to be connected but not distracted. — Tweet This.
Reclaim attention time by using a smartwatch is a big deal IMO – our data shows 20% less iPhone pickup despite 20% more iPhone time spent
— Bernard Desarnauts (@bdesarnauts) January 23, 2016
Here it is. Please share this post with all the wannabe Apple Watch owners in your life.