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Survey Reveals How Wearing an Apple Watch Could Boost Your Attractiveness

[2018-08-10 11:40:00]

Time to crack out the Apple Watch. A new survey revealed this week that 67 percent of single Uber users would find it attractive if their date was wearing a smartwatch, the highest rating for all surveyed gadgets. While Apple’s wrist-bound curiosity hasn’t exactly changed the world, the data suggests it has a surprisingly high success rate for attracting partners.The survey, which looked at Uber riders as part of Match’s eighth annual “Singles in America” study, is a big endorsement of the smartwatch’s attractiveness on a date. It found that just 37 percent found it attractive if their date had a voice assistant like Amazon Echo and Google Home, while just 29 percent would find it attractive if their date had an iPhone. That’s perhaps not too surprising, as the iPhone has been on the market for 11 years and sold over 1.3 billion devices. The Apple Watch, on the other hand, has only been out for three years and sold around 46 million, but was the top-selling wearable device of last year. Smartwatches are well-known but little-seen, perhaps explaining why people find them interesting on dates.... Survey Reveals How Wearing an Apple Watch Could Boost Your Attractiveness

Survey Reveals How Wearing an Apple Watch Could Boost Your Attractiveness


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