Consumers takes a "wait and see" approach to the Apple Watch

Yeah I'm also waiting to see more about the Apple Watch before I decide to buy one or not. For example more info about the price. The battery life is not so important though because Apple has already said that it will need to be charged once every day, and that's enough for me. I always charge my devices over night.

But if the Apple Watch has a lot of cool features that makes it unnecessary to pick up my iPhone 6 all the time, then it could be useful to have. I use my iPad Air 2 all the time anyways so if the watch could replace my iPhone more and more, it would be awesome.

According to a recent consumer survey conducted by investment firm Piper Jaffray, potential Apple Watch buyers are in a holding pattern as they await more details from Apple regarding core use cases and a fully fleshed out list of features.

In a research note sent out on Sunday, analyst Gene Munster said he believes customers are taking a “wait-and-see” approach to Apple's first foray into wearables, with recent statistics suggesting 7 percent of iPhone owners currently plan to buy the device. The number is down from 8 percent in September when Apple first unveiled Apple Watch at its annual iPhone event.

Via: Consumers take 'wait-and-see' approach to Apple Watch ahead of expected Q2 debut

Check this video about the Apple Watch:

"The iPhone 6 Plus is an iPad mini replacement" - no it isn't

I don't agree with this statement. What many don't realize is that apps differs between the iPhone and the iPad. They are simply better and has more features on the iPad. Look at Apples iMovie for example, much much better on the iPad. The iPhone version doesn't even show the audio waveform so it makes it almost impossible to edit the video.

And that is only one example. There is thousands of Apps that is better on the iPad.

So I definitely don't agree with Forbes blog post below.

Here’s the most unequivocal statement I can make about the iPhone 6 Plus after long-term use: it makes the iPad Mini unnecessary.

Like many iPad owners, I was used to carrying around the Mini in addition to a phone. Out of habit, I continued to do so after I started using the 6 Plus. That didn’t last long.

Via: iPhone 6 Plus Makes A Good Long-Term iPad Replacement - Forbes

Watch this video I did about this topic: