Apple Watch Series 4

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  • Bruno Lemos
    Bruno LemosDeveloper
    Pros: 

    Bigger screen with smaller edges

    Cons: 

    Expensive; mostly useful with you practice sports

    It is a great device for sure. I'm avoiding it because I really don't want yet another screen to look at hours per day.

    Bruno Lemos has never used this product.
  • Pros: 

    - ECG

    - Fall-o-meter (if it works well)

    Cons: 

    - Bigger?

    - Price (obviously)

    - Battery

    One thing the apple watch has over any android wear is that it is small enough to not look obnoxious. Why are they making it bigger?

    Tony Brix has never used this product.

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I've held off buying an Apple Watch. None of the health/fitness features are compelling for me (although I see the appeal for others) and it's probably better that I don't have more convenient access to notifications (lol). What's everyone's thought on this next version? And for those that have an Apple Watch, what's the killer app or use case you've found useful?
Nick O'Neill
Nick O'Neill@allnick · Maker & Marketer
@rrhoover I really like the EKG feature... That's the most major thing I see. Having this as a health device is becoming increasingly compelling
Cameron Blackwell
Cameron Blackwell@cameron_blackwell · Futurepreneur
@rrhoover I’m just waiting for the day Apple releases a circular Apple Watch.
@rrhoover personally the killer feature for me is that it will unlock my laptop. So whenever I have my watch on, I just open my laptop and it unlocks. If I lock it and walk away, if anyone tries to wake it up, it will ask for a password.
✎ Andrew Warner
✎ Andrew Warner@andrewwarner
@rrhoover I love my Apple Watch, but looking for a killer app is the wrong approach. It's lots of little features and apps that make it helpful, including: - silent alarm that doesn't wake my wife, but helps me get up early - Cheatsheet, the app that add a complication with names of people I'm meeting or codes to the restroom - looking at my watch and seeing upcoming meetings - the ability to put my phone out of reach so I don't get distracted, but still be connected for urgent things - Siri, I use it all the time - JustPressRecord, a simple app that starts recording when I have a thought while running (or when my kid tells me his dream in the morning) - Sleep tracking - The Drafts app, which automatically turns my words into text that I can grab on my phone and other devices
Joshua Talley
Joshua Talley@joshuatalley · Sales Operations Manager, Grundfos
@rrhoover I really wanted an Android Wear watch that matched Apple's performance & features. The combo of battery life, compatibility with iOS, a reliable heart sensor, LTE and consistency in design did it for me. Still waiting, Google. #PixelWatch That said, my top 5: Most-used features: 1. iMessage/FB Messenger/Email/Telegram 2. Sleep/Fitness/Activity tracking 3. Apple Pay 4. Quick glances at & dismissing phone notifications 5. Controlling audio (Pocket Casts, YouTube) 3rd party apps: 1. Sleep Cycle 2. Auto Sleep 3. Strava 4. Dark Sky 5. Last Pass
Fraser Smith
Fraser Smith@frassmith · Software Developer, Shanghai, China
I love my Series 2 and I may just consider upgrading to the Series 4 for its larger screen and EKG feature. But, jeez, I hate that marketing image with complication overload, it seems so un-Apple to me. It's almost putting me off until I've been to the store and seen how the simpler faces look on the bigger screen.
Damien Antia
Damien Antia@rightingon1sn2s · Biz Dev, Nighthub
Dave PolyPro@davepoly · Building PostPilot.io. Huge Marvel geek.
This was Apple Watch's year. The physical design updates on the 4, though subtle, are much sleeker. It looks less square/blocky now. Lots of sports and fitness updates which is cool. Although not as sexy as big updates you see on the iPhone. Would love to see more features that help you interact with the world around you like Apple Pay.
Raffi Muradyan@raffi_muradyan · B2B Marketing Manager
it is very cool product
Rick Bashkoff
Rick Bashkoff@bashkoff · Working on a new venture
I agree with some of the comments about the new complication overload watch face. However, I think it's clear with this release that they are doubling down on the health and convenience aspects of the device. For those reasons, I'm very excited about the Series 4. I have a series 2 and "held off" buying for awhile (I usually buy version 2 of most apple products after the kinks have been worked out). I am seriously considering upgrading.