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I mock things heavily.  I don't feel that I am under one specific umbrella of technology.  I own a Windows Desktop that I built with my own two hands, a FitBit for fitness steps and tracking, a Macbook Air, an iPhone, and an iPad.  I have tried Android, Windows, Amazon, and Apple devices and I will continue to try them all.  So don't call me a fangirl of anything, because I am not.  I think each major phone player has great devices in their own right - Apple has media & simplicity, Android has battery life & customizability, and Windows has an amazing camera.
Last week was exciting to me, even with all the snarky twitter comments, because Apple came out with a Smart Watch and then I started noticing more and more people with smart watches.  I ran into a couple people with the new Google watches and a ton of people either ordering one of them or the Apple watch.  I see that Microsoft is coming out with a Windows equivalent.  As usual I won't be purchasing a single one of these watches yet.
When I bought the iPhone I told myself I wouldn't get one until it had 16 gb hard drives and 3g and guess what a year later I bought one after waiting patiently.  Right now I am waiting patiently for my watch phone where I can get all of my apps on the phone.  What I am hoping is that this phone will be able to hold my music, come in a 32 gb hard drive, and have the next greatest LTE technological advance.  In the next 5 years I predict that this watch will be available on the market from all 3 competitors.  When that happens I will buy a watch phone.  I refuse to buy two devices - one that I need to carry in my pocket and one that I need to wear on my arm.  I predict that around the 3rd or 4th rev of this Apple watch my guesses will be spot on or at least close, because technology is ever changing and evolving.  Everything is getting smaller and bigger at the same time.  There are micro cards that can hold 32 gb of data, so inevitably this watch will be a reality.  
For all of you who are adopting this watch early thank you for being the brave soul that will make my watch phone a reality.  As I like to say from my favorite Star Trek Original Series Movie - "To The Undiscovered Country" [of smartwatches]!  I look forward to a future blog post about this watch phone.  Until then I will post about the regular same old same old dev stuff.  Catch you all later.
Posted on Monday, September 22, 2014 3:25 PM | Back to top

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