This is how Apple’s new Watch will get you locked up in jail (if you are not careful)
Apple’s iWatch, nay, Apple Watch has been announced and most of the hype surrounding the smartwatch during it’s pre-existence is now gone, we are now back into reality.
First of all, the Apple Watch will cost you a toe — not literally, if not an arm and a leg for some. Yeah, the watch is all good, considering you can tweak the hardware in dozens of match-ups like leather strap/black body, gold chain strap/yellow frame, etc., but how come a $350 price tag?
All that’s not important for now. Let’s talk about how the smartwatch can get you into trouble. According to UK’s Department of Transport, drivers can face up to two years in prison when their usage of a mobile phone or smartwatch causes a fatal accident. However, if found distracted by such, motorists will get a £100 fine and three penalty points on the spot.
That’s for the United Kingdom alone. Pretty sure, other countries must have had their electronic/driving laws in place so you shouldn’t try using your Apple Watch (if you buy) at all while driving.
Another way the Apple Watch can get you into jail is if you go the highway mode. With a pricey cost, the Watch will be irresistible for robbers. Watch out as they try to snap it off your wrist and run away. But then, pretty sure, there’s always a law against robbery in every country that should be able to catch up with these criminals.
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