In addition to breaking a 43-year habit, here is how #Applewatch has impacted my life six weeks into settling onto my left wrist. Let's put one thing to rest straight off: the battery. I use the Applewatch from roughly 7 AM to midnight, sometimes to 1 AM. In one month, the lowest the battery dipped is 52%. Most of the time battery usage is in the mid 60's. I could probably push usage to two days without a re-charge if needed.
If you’re following the latest articles on Applewatch, the following insights may sound familiar. But that’s not the point. I have found that I am not alone in my action insights – i.e. the insights that drive me to change behavior and take action via the Applewatch. This comes from reading usage articles, but also from Wristly. If you are an Applewatch owner, following Wristly is a must. Wristly is a new market research firm that provides early actionable insights and competitive benchmarks on newly released products. Through their Apple Watch Owners Research Project, they capture early usage trends, stats, insights, likes/dislikes, etc. It’s fascinating to see the traction of insights and behavior change taking place amongst fellow Applewatch owners. Here are some of mine: