Hodinkee: „I’d be very surprised if we didn’t continue to see the Edition collection ebb and flow over the coming years.”
As I’ve chatted with people about the Series 5 over the last week – some folks who saw the watches in the metal at last week’s event and some who didn’t – the question of whether this generation of Apple Watch is incremental or revolutionary keeps coming up. I’ve gone back and forth on this point a few times, but ultimately I think it’s much closer to a revolution than it might seem. The display staying on fundamentally changes how you use the watch and it’s something you notice constantly. That, to me, is a pretty big deal. […]
For me, it’s pretty simple: This is the Apple Watch I’ve always wanted. The matte titanium case is the perfect middle ground for me between the sometimes-a-bit-much white ceramic and the highly polished steel, and the always-on display makes it feel more natural and watch-like in daily use. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: It’s very clear to me that the days when the Apple Watch is nearly indispensable are coming – and probably faster than we think.
Für mich ist die Perspektive von einem Enthusiasten für (mechanische) Uhren immer eine willkommene Abwechslung. Den typischen Tech-Blogger-Hut habe ich selbst oft genug auf.