But whoever wrote this article is obviously not a watch person.
You can now pair multiple Apple Watches to an iPhone, but why?LOL, OMG.For developers, this is a solid feature. If you’ve got a 38mm and 42mm Apple Watch you want to physically test a glance on, this is cool.
When it comes to consumers, I can’t see how this is handy. Unless you’re buying an Apple Watch for the kids (which is a bit silly), why would anyone have two?
I myself am looking forward to using my AW Sport for fitness tracking/sleep monitoring (and maybe bar hopping), an AW with bracelet for the classroom/office, and maybe a AW Hermès for dressy events (sadly, and AW Edition is out of the question).
Editing to add: But now, how about pairing an Apple Watch to multiple iOS devices?
I like using the remote apps. But I would rather keep the movie files and Keynote presentations on my iPad.