It's a beautiful day. You just got your Apple Watch™ in the mail! You take it to your living room and unbox it. Wow. It's incredible.
You go through the set-up process and link it to your iPhone. You set the charging dock on your nightstand and set an alarm. You go to sleep and dream of floating through white clouds in a blue sky as Jony Ive narrates. Your alarm wakes you at 9:30 on Saturday morning — the alarm on your Apple Watch. You pick the Apple Watch up from its charging dock and put it on your wrist. Gee, that looks fancy.
You stretch and yawn. You take a shower, wearing your Apple Watch — water drops splash against its scratch-resistant sapphire display. You think about visiting the pool later. But first, you want to buy some coffee, so you go to the coffee shop next door and pay for your coffee with Apple Pay on your Apple Watch. Wow, that was neat.
You get to the swimming pool. It's a hot day. You jump into a swim suit, hop into the pool, and... suddenly remember that your Apple Watch is still on your wrist. You get out of the pool — 15 minutes later! — and your Apple Watch still works. Wow.
On your way home, you trip on the sidewalk into the street, and your Apple Watch is hit by a truck carrying sandpaper, knives, keys, and steel wool. In a daze from the accident, you agree to be taken home by a stranger. He is a mad scientist who is using you for a time travel experiment. You enter a machine wearing the Apple Watch. The world spins around you. It is yesterday. You step out of your time machine, raise your knife against the doppelgänger who has looped you into an endless temporal paradox, and... suddenly remember that your Apple Watch is still on your wrist.
You live a full life, and die. For the sin of murder, you stand before the host of hosts, and your name is not found in the Book of Life. You are thrown into the lake of fire, and... suddenly remember that your Apple Watch is still on your wrist.
Here is a video that shows the Apple Watch under those conditions: