When Apple first announced the Apple Watch, I thought the company was sort of playing a game of catch up. It was finally entering the wearable market, an area where Google, Samsung and Pebble have been dabbling for more than a year. Early rumors suggested Apple’s device was going to be far different. It was going to be some sort of magical health unicorn that could track every last piece of our being.
Of course, that didn’t end up being true.