First I must say, it is a beautiful interface. The simultaneous pulses to let you know when to breath in are lovely, allowing you to close your eyes.
I’m talking about my iWatch, which I believe has been rebranded to the Apple Watch, appropriately, to distinguish ‘pre’ from ‘post’ Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs is dead. It is obvious, but I digress.
That said and I must admit, this is not that big of a deal, BUT we’ve all come to expect more. Somewhere in my imagination there was a relationship between, let’s say, your heart rate and lack of movement and your watch responds with a reminder to breath.
Useful, insightful and welcome. However the reminders appear completely random. Or worse, at timed intervals, relating to nothing. And let’s face it. Not including my meditation as mindful moments, does somehow rub me the wrong way.
I may just turn it off completely until it is improved, if it ever is. As I mentioned earlier, Steve Jobs is dead.