Should Apple put more security protections on the Apple Watch?
Critics are questioning why the Apple Watch doesn't have the same protections as the iPhone to discourage theft. Without knowing the passcode, the Apple Watch can be reset to factory settings -- just like on day one -- and sync to a new iPhone:
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Apple Watch tempting for thieves: No password needed to reset
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