After Monday’s expected Apple Watch event, plenty of people will be talking about whether to buy the highly anticipated gadget now or wait for future models. One important consideration often overlooked in such discussions: how quickly shoppers will tire of the one they buy.
Imagine the iPhone you used four years ago. Then imagine using it today. You probably won’t want to. Now imagine splurging for a watch, which starts at $349 and will climb well into the thousands of dollars.