The Apple Watch has been on sale for a month now, and millions have reportedly already flocked to pick up Apple's first wearable device.
There arelikely many others out there considering picking up the smartwatch too, no doubt wooed by the wearable's premium design, custom software and mounting number of business apps.
However, the Apple Watch has its issues too, so we've rounded up the top six reasons not to buy one just yet.
The Apple Watch has been available for mere weeks but it has already caught the attention of security researchers, who have warned potential buyers that the smartwatch falls short when it comes to security.
The researchers revealed earlier this month that, unlike the iPhone, the Apple Watch doesn't come with an onboard kill switch, making the device an attractive proposition for criminals looking to steal and resell them.
"Unlike the iPhone, if someone steals your Apple Watch, they can easily reset the device (bypass the passcode), and pair it with a new iPhone logged in to a different iCloud account," the researchers said.
Remiscent of Apple's glitch-filled iOS 8 release, users have complained that the first Apple Watch software update messes with a number of the wearable's features.
Apple released Watch OS 1.0.1 last week, bringing Siri improvements and a number of security features to the smartwatch. However, as the software update has seemingly broken as many features as it fixed, with users complaining that the onboard heart rate sensor doesn't function correctly once the update has been installed.
You'll be lonely
While reports have claimed that the Apple Watch has already sold in its millions, you probably don't know many people who have picked up the smartwatch yet.
This has seen some early Apple Watch adopter, who don't have a real-life friend with one of the devices to try out the features of the smartwatch that require another person, to form a group on Reddit called Lonelyheartbeats.
These features include sharing your heartbeat, which appears as a vibration on the recipient's wrist, and sending doodles by drawing on the screen.
Of course, one of the most obvious reasons not to pick up an Apple Watch yet is its lacklustre battery life, with Tim Cook admitting that the device likely will be charged daily.
What's more, with speculation suggesting that the Apple Watch will receive sleep tracking feature with an incoming software update, it's unlikely many will take advantage of this due to the wearable's need for nightly charging.
You don't have an iPhone
Unlike many rival wearables on the market, such as the Pebble smartwatch and Microsoft Band, the Apple Watch doesn't support rival operating systems, meaning only those wielding an iPhone can use it.
While this is perhaps obvious, it's not a fact that Apple has well-publicised, so many might be fooled into thinking that the Apple Watch will play nice with the Galaxy S6.
As is typical of Apple products, the Apple Watch doesn't come cheap. Pricing for the wearable starts at £299, which will get you the Sport model. For those after a more premium-looking versio, such as one with a leather strap, pricing moves upwards of £600.
For those with very expensive taste, the Apple Watch can also be picked up in 18-karat gold, which will set you back up to £13,500.
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