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Sep 17, 2014, 10:51:10 AM via Website
Sep 17, 2014 10:51:10 AM via Website
I wanna know now: With Apple devices hitting Android territory (larger screens) and joining the smartwatch game (which might open more people's eyes to Android Wear): will Apple start taking Android market share or are they unwittingly bridging the gap to make it easier for more iOS users to make the switch to Android?
Good smaller screened phones with good looks and build quality used to be Apple's domain, but now we have the Z3 Compact and the Galaxy Alpha.
If you wanted a larger screen you used to have to get an Android, but now we have the iPhone 6 Plus.
Android Wear represents the start of something big for wearables, but Apple Watch will make people aware of wearables in ways the Gear Live or even the Moto 360 simply can't. So who will dominate the wearable race?
Is Apple's Watch interface too cluttered and confusing, or do people want a simpler, cleaner interface for their wrist? Will Android Wear users aspire to the complexity and power of the Apple interface or will Apple Watch owners wish it was all a bit simpler? Will Android Wear get more complex and powerful or stick with clean and light?
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