It's called CallerID.
And I don't need to look at my phone to know whether someone important is calling, because that's what distinctive ring/vibration is for.
Since you didn't say why, True wins.
I said why in the parent post, and in the post I made before that too.
loolololol since it's not tied to iTunes in any way, invalid.
"lololololol" right back at you. What's the domain called? Maybe you thought I meant the itunes application? If so your retort is understandable, but you still misunderstood.
I could use only third party apps and no Apple services
How do you get third party apps without using Apple services (for example without using itunes.apple.com) smart ass?
Apple watch is vastly less reliant on Apple than Android Wear is on Google.
If only there was some way of getting apps for it without relying on apple, that might actually be true. But there is not, so its not.
Android wear might completely dependent on google than I thought; I really don't know. I speculate that if you can run it cyanogenmod you don't need google services to use it... but perhaps not. It doesn't really matter... I'm not advocating an android wear anyway.
Without Google Now it's a paperweight.
Without Apple so is your apple watch. Because without itunes (itunes the service not itunes the app), there are no 3rd party apps for it.