Top 5 things the next Apple Watch needs: CNET Top 5
CNET Top 5: Top 5 things the next Apple Watch needs1:51 /
The original Apple Watch is pretty good, but it could be so much better if Apple adds these five features.
[MUSIC] These are the top five features we wanna see in the next Apple Watch. [MUSIC] At number five, Android support. Got an Android phone, and you want an Apple Watch? You can get them both, but they're not gonna work together. I know this sounds insane, because Apple's such a closed universe, but Apple does have Apple Music running on Android, so maybe this will happen, question mark? [MUSIC] At number four, waterproofing. The current generation of Apple Watch is water resistant. However, it's not officially waterproof. Toughening up the Apple Watch by making sure it could survive swimming or taking a shower could be a great addition. At number three, a redesigned interface. Now this one can be done with a software update, but the Apple Watch's interface is very unlike other interfaces. Bubbles everywhere that resize as you move your figure. Why, was the simple grid not simple enough to understand? [SOUND] At number 2, more screen less bezel. Apple did a pretty job in the design of the first Apple watch, However, there sure is a lot of bezel around that tiny screen. Hopefully, Apple can figure out a way to get more screen and remove some of that dead space. I asked you folks on Twitter what features you wanted to see in the next Apple Watch. Here's what you had to say. Richard wants the watch to still work as a watch, even when it runs out of charge. Rand wants iPhone independence. And Christopher wants a lower price. You hear that Apple? Now, on to number one. Better battery life. This is the most important feature we want to see in the next Apple Watch. What good is a smart watch if it's not running. Right now, the Apple Watch lasts a little more than one day. The less you have to charge the device, the more you'll actually use it if it's on your wrist. What an idea. For more top fives like this, check out TOP5. CNET.com. I'm Iyaz and we'll see you later. [MUSIC]