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    Right handed watch wearers usually wear their watch on their left wrist. Left handed watch wearers usually wear their watch on their right wrist. The stem is normally on the right side of traditional watch cases. Right handers can manipulate the watch stem with their left hand without removing the watch from their right wrist. Left handers must usually remove a traditional watch from their right wrist in order to manipulate the stem.

    The stem of the Apple Watch appears to be fundamental to the operation of the watch as an input device. Left-handers, and others who wear their watches on their right wrist, will need to remove the watch in order to manipulate the stem.

    Can the display of the Apple Watch be flipped so that the stem is on the left side of the watch? This would allow left handers to experience much better functionality by allowing them to manipulate the stem without removing the watch from the wrist.
    11-30-2014 12:13 PM

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