In typical Apple fashion, you're paying a premium for a weak product.I'm a nurse and I've wanted an Apple watch since they first came out, mainly for when I'm working in the hospital. We are not allowed to use phones on the unit so I was thinking the watch could be helpful for taking texts, setting work reminders, and maybe making a quick call if I needed to. Since you needed the phone close for the watch to work, the whole thing seemed really stupid but with the new LTE version I thought I could finally get one.What I didn't realize that even if you are working within a WIFI network, you still need the phone to be close to you for it to work. In my case, by leaving the phone in my work locker you need to use the cellular and the watch only gets through about half a 12 hour shift. So for me, the watch is still not very useful because even when you phone is not in range of the watch you are not going to get anywhere close to a appropriate enough batter life for it to be at all useful.I'm going to be sending mine back. It's a good idea in theory but in practice it just doesn't work. In my case I wanted something that could supplement my phone when I didn't have it around.