If you read what I write, than you're likely an early adopter when it comes to consumer tech, especially Apple devices. There's a good chance that you were one of the first to have an iPhone among your friends, family, and coworkers. Those around you were fascinated by your iPhone. But then you would hear some variation of, "It's cool, but why do I need one?" Or maybe, "I can't imagine spending that much on a phone when my Moto Razr does everything I need it to do." And in those early days of iPhone, it was often hard to articulate why someone should get an iPhone.
But how many of those folks don't have a modern day smartphone now? How many of those folks don't see their smartphone as an invaluable tool?
So that brings us to today. The new "Why do I need an iPhone? is "Why do I need an Apple Watch?"