Personally, I can't wait to hear Apple's pitch on March 9th. If they do a stellar presentation then I think they will have a big success. Where you stand is right now is probably determined by your current perception of the product. It would not suprise me Serenity Caldwell have a better idea of the product then most people because of the excellent job that iMore does in covering Apple.
> At my core, I've always been a gadget geek. Gadgets are distractions, enhancements, delights: They give you something to occupy your time with, a way to learn someting new, or a building block to make your life better. As a kid, I'd carry around any gadget I could get my hands on — garage door openers, Tamagotchis, compasses, binoculars — as an adult, I've largely replaced that compulsion with an iPhone. > >
I think fashion is a secondary concern. At its core it is a tech device with the pretense of a fashion accessory.Facebook Twitter Google+