It was only a few days after the Apple Watch's release that users began complaining about glitches in connection with their tattoos.
April 23 is Apple Watch day, when all those die hard first-adopters slap a new whoozy whatsit on their wrist and get giddy over acting like a detective from a 1930s comic strip.
So, either deal with your jealousy by making one of your own or show your defiance by highlighting your self reliance.
Either way, put something new on your wrist!
Sure, today is the day all the Apple Watch reviews came out, but that didn't stop Netlfix. The video streaming giant unveiled its own product to compete for the mindshare, and the wrists, of savvy technophiles everywhere.
In their own words: "Life is too short to waste precious time not watching Netflix."
Vancouver-based artist Hiné Mizushima just couldn't wait until the April 23 release of the new Apple Watch, so she made her own.
Though we can't say for sure, since we haven't touched the things, but the designer and Illustrator may have improved upon Apple's design.
Yesterday, Apple unveiled the release and pricing for its upcoming selection of wearable technology. This included showing off a leather-banded, 18 karat gold watch that surely does far more than tell the time.
Still, if you've got 10 large just hangin' around, it's good to know all the options available to you.
So here are some things that also cost $10,000.