Molly Watt, who has Usher Syndrome Type 2a, published a unique, personal series of Apple Watch first impressions unlike anything I've read to date.
I am fortunate to have a few friends who also have the Apple Watch and together have devised ways of communicating in ‘Code’ when out, particularly when out at night and in dark situations when I am completely blind.
Useful codes in the event I need help of any kind, for instance if I am in a badly lit and noisy environment and struggling to be included in something I can get message to friend I’m uncomfortable or I need assistance or help of some kind or “I’m bored” can we do something else!
Many have reviewed Apple Watch as a gadget or a fashion companion. And that's fine, but make sure you also read Molly Watt's take for an idea of how wearable technology can truly impact other people's lives in meaningful ways.