Today we watched the Apple presentation of their new and updated products, and of course, the main one is the new (long-awaited) Apple Watch. They are taking orders, and it is supposed to be out in April, with several varieties, ranging from the sports watch for a few hundred dollars, to the gold watch, which can be had, starting at $10,000, and up. We decided we really didn't need $10,000 watches when we are driving around in a $500 car; so i won't be writing any reviews on the new golden Apple Watch. However, asuming that you are still able to read something that small, this watch can do just about anything that an iPhone can do, and maybe even more. Since it is also a phone, I imagine many people will make the transition from the phone to the watch, although if i undertood it right, you still need the phone to set up some of the programs for the watch. All in all, if you have a need for one, it seems to be an awesome gadget. For myself, I have no need for one, and couldn't see well enough to use it if i had one; so I am nnotgoing to lose any sleep over the lack of $10,000 for a gold watch. Apple has also made some changes to the Apple TV (adding new channels), and re-designed the MacAir so it now only weighs about 2 lbs, which must be about the same as my iPad weighs. Although it is also awesome, I still like hving the touch-screen on the ipad, and prefer it to having any kind of a laptop.