When I was an iPhone user I absolutely loved my Apple Watch. I used it a lot, I got all my notifications on it, I replied to messages and mail directly on it, I used Todoist as my task management system directly on it with the excellent Todoist Apple Watch app, I recorded audio for my YouTube videos and podcasts with the excellent Apple Watch app Just Press Record and much more on my beloved Apple Watch and everything worked great. I was in love with it and I believed it was the mobile future.
Now I hardly use it anymore. The Apple Watch has mainly become a fashion accessory for me now. A flashy luxury jewelry for men. Nothing else. I like to change watch bands for specific events and adventures that match my clothes for example. The same thing with watch faces. I change them depending on what I will do.
But I don’t use all the great features or apps that are available anymore. Not more than having a weather complication on my watch face. That is the only feature I still use except for seeing what time it is.
The main reason why I stopped using it is of course because I don’t use an iPhone anymore. Even if I still carry around an iPhone just so that I can connect my Apple Watch to it, I never use the iPhone itself. I don’t even bother to update the apps or iOS itself anymore.
So the Apple Watch is the last Apple device I own, and I will only use it as long it works. I will of course not buy a new one.