'Gestures Are Defining Apple Watch'

Interesting piece by Bernard Desarnauts, on a Wristly survey about how people use their Apple Watch. The consensus seems to be Siri and the "flick of the wrist" (to bring up the watch face) has changed the way people use their iPhone, because both allow the phone to stay in one's pocket more. Desarnauts describes it as the Watch stealing "eye share."

For me, the Watch remains an indispensable tool for what it does for accessibility.

(via The Loop)