By Rich Stevens
Tuesday, Sep 27, 2016 at 9:00 am EDT
Pixel lover and cartoonist. Still have my original Apple IIgs. See more at clango.org or follow him on Twitter @rstevens.
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Lol. That is a silly argument, though if you use the computer more than you use other things, I can understand the expense.
This is exactly how I understood this.
How do you upgrade to the series 2 though? lol can I trade my watch now and pay the difference or nah?
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You technically can't "upgrade" to any new Apple product (unless you're in the iPhone for life plan) if that's your definition of the word "upgrade." You can't upgrade to a Surface Pro 4, you can't upgrade to a new pair of headphones, you can't upgrade to a new gaming console (you can trade the old one in but you won't get what you paid for), you can't upgrade to anything.
Okay is there a way to trade in my watch then? Cause I did this with my iPhone 5 to get my iPhone plus. But I don't know if that applies to the watch.
You sold your iPhone into a 3rd party service for store credit. Yes, there are 3rd party services that will buy your first generation Apple Watch. Even stores like Best Buy will buy them from you.
Not funny... this dude has a lackluster sense of humor, to say the least.