iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch
APPLE DECIDED TO make a watch and only then set out to discover what it might be good for (besides, you know, displaying the time). "There was a sense that technology was going to move onto the body," says Alan Dye, who runs Apple's human interface group. "We felt like the natural place, the place that had historical relevance and significance, was the wrist."
The purpose of the wrist-mounted technology, what problems it might solve-that was something the Watch team would come up with slowly,