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I think the Wrangler comparison stems from the exposed hinges, the rear tire on the gate, and the removable windows and doors. Either way, it looks badass, and I’d love to drive one.
The transmission in an EV is vastly different from those in ICEs. Honestly, if you’re going to criticize things, at least base it on facts and reality.
The Garmin isn’t doing nearly a tenth of what an Apple Watch is capable of either. Apple Watch’s battery life could be extended to days if you put it into low power mode and didn’t augment your iPhone’s use with your watch.
I hear this all the time, but I’m not sure anyone has stopped to think if this is necessary on an Apple Watch. Garmins have five buttons, many of which are holdovers from the familiar controls on older style stopwatches. I’d be very curious to know what these situations are and if they could be better served through other means. Saying fitness junkies want buttons without explaining why is extremely lazy. I’m a runner, and I love the metrics provided by my Apple Watch 7. I’m looking forward to the updated running workout features in watchOS 8. You know the one thing I’ve never looked forward to on my Apple Watch? More buttons.