"Every bone in my body tells me it makes a lot of sense," Jonathan, Apple's chief designer, said in an interview with the Washington Post about Apple Watch Series 4, referring to new features added to the new Apple Watch.
At yesterday's announcement, Apple introduced a series of new features of Apple Watch Series 4, including the ability to detect a user's fall and the first electrocardiogram test on a wrist-wear device. In the interview, Jonathan further pointed out that the new Apple Watch would be a more obvious turning point in product understanding and adoption.
In addition to increasing the reliability of Internet and cellular support, Apple plans to focus on further separating the iPhone from the Apple Watch, according to Jonathan. This means that Apple Watch will get further development this year. The designer believes that the future is personal connections to the network, not mobile phones. He wears a white strap on Apple Watch and says the gadget helps him reduce his dependence on mobile phones.
It is understood that after receiving thousands of letters to Apple users, Jonathan began to pay more and more attention to Apple Watch, in which users described how the device saved their lives. Ever since the launch of Apple Watch in 2015, stories have been circulating about the device saving lives.
Jonathan also noted that the increase in the display area of Apple Watch Series 4 helped users reduce the time they spent on their iPhone. While the Apple Watch Series 4 screen is getting bigger, it's not particularly big and won't involve users in the whirlpool of social media.