The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are the latest smartphones to come with Apple’s latest smartwatch-like accessory, the Apple Watch Series 3.
But it’s not just the size and shape of these watches that matters, according to Apple’s VP of design, Scott Forstall.
“If you’re wearing it, it’ll do it for you,” Forstall said at the recent International Wearable Devices Business Council conference in New York City.
Forstall, who also works for Apple as VP of marketing and product management, said that when you take the Apple watch out of the box, you can feel the difference it makes.
The Apple Watch is designed to be able to track your health, mood, and fitness.
You can track how long you’ve been walking, and what your heart rate is like, he said.
“That’s a big difference in our users,” Forstalls said.
The watch will track your heart rates and the temperature of your body to give you more personalized insights about your health.
The Watch will also track your steps, pace, and distance and give you personalized notifications about your activities.
“You don’t need a phone or a computer to get that information,” Forster said.
And, he added, “It’s not about being a big person.”
But when it comes down to it, Forstall told me that the watch isn’t going to be about wearing it on a daily basis.
Instead, it will be used for “trying to measure what you’re doing” and “treating yourself as a human being.”
It will be able do this by analyzing your sleep patterns and your daily activity, and will be capable of doing “tasks that you can’t do without a phone,” he said, like “shopping for groceries.”
And it will work on your computer too.
The watches are also designed to allow for easy use.
“When you’re putting it on and you want to do a quick calculation, or a quick email, you don’t have to look at it,” Forsten said.
He said that the Apple watches are designed for the average user.
“It will allow you to use your phone, but it won’t be your primary way of doing things,” he added.
But Forstall is aware of some of the pitfalls of the wearable market.
“There’s a certain level of anxiety about the user interface,” he told me.
“But at the same time, it can make sense if you’re just trying to do something like track a workout or get an email.
It can work on a phone, it works on a computer.
You don’t really need a device to do these things.”
For instance, if you have a phone and a computer, but you don, for instance, like to track how many calories you’ve burned or how many miles you’ve walked, then the watch will be useful.
“We’re not trying to be a device,” he explained.
“People who want to use this product on a regular basis are going to use it on their phones, on their computers, or they’ll be using it as a companion to their phone.”
And if you can put it on your wrist, then it can be worn like a necklace or bracelet.
“As long as it’s a smartwatch, it won