3 Reasons Why Planners Should Buy an Apple Watch

By Hayley Panagakis, December 30, 2015

1229_CL_Web_Blogs_AppleWatch_Instagram2. Stay Connected
Who knew I had two hands? Like a true millennial, I’ve always kept my phone in-hand when traveling, shopping at the grocery store or attending conferences. Now, I can easily check the weather when I land in a new city; view texts or emails during a meeting without rudely being on my phone; receive and make hands-free calls when I’m cooking at home; control music; and stay connected with notifications from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Apps for Uber and Delta Air Lines are also available on the watch, which have made my travels a breeze.

From a planner’s perspective, staying connected and being accessible during a conference is a big deal, and freeing your hands from your phone is liberating. You can still see any texts or calls you receive and only pull your phone for those requiring an immediate response.

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