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Apple Watches can now be independent mobile phone devices making calls, sending texts, or browsing the internet without an Iphone near by. So is wearing an Apple Watch bending or breaking the rules?
From The Hill:
At least three senators had them strapped on their wrists in the chamber at the start of the trial Tuesday, despite guidelines from Senate leadership that all electronics should be left in the cloakroom in the provided storage.
Republican Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and John Thune of South Dakota, and Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado, wore them. Virginia Democratic Sen. Mark Warner owns an Apple watch, but it could not be confirmed if he had it on the floor.
Newer versions of the Apple watch can have cellular capabilities, which means wearers can leave their phones behind and “call from the trail, text from the surf, or stream music from the slopes,” the company says.
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