字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント ♪ (ragtime music) ♪ (Finebros) So today, we're actually gonna have you react - to some new technology. - Ooh, boy. What weird thing are we doing today? - (Finebros) You're reacting to this. - Oh, yeah. No kidding. Isn't that cute? Ooh! Oh, is that the Apple Watch? The Apple Watch. It's, uh, Apple Watch, right? Oh my god! Is this an Apple Watch? Oh shoot, this is so exciting. (Finebros) Well, go ahead and try it on. Oh yeah. (chuckles) Try it on? Take it home. I mean, good gravy. (movie reel clicks) (Finebros) So how do you know about the Apple Watch? Oh, golly. It's been on the news everywhere. On television. They won't let you not hear about it. You'd have to be dead not to know about this one. Not only have I heard about it, but I look on my phone one day, and there's the app for it right there. (Finebros) What do you think the watch can do? I don't know, but I'm assuming that what it does is the same thing that your iPhone would do. Probably watch TV really small. I'm not sure. I don't know the functionality that they have this thing. It just looks good to me. Physical stuff and tells me how many steps I'm taking. That's a good thing. We need to be taking 10,000 a day. I think I can send email on it? I can receive email on it. If I can see it. (whispering) Everything but wipe your ass. (Finebros) What it does, it gives you a lot of features a normal watch could never do. Before we talk about exactly what, we want you to play around with the watch. All right. Is it okay if I wear my reading glasses? So here's the ti-- why does it keep coming and going? What do I have to do to make it stay? Okay. Well, it went off, so it's black. So I guess you press it and then it gets out-- "What can I help you with?" What is this? Oh, okay. Oh, whoa. That's too fast. Let's see what happens. Oh! Man, a whole bunch of bubbles pop up here. This appears to be a lot of choices that I can make. These are all apps, right? Or what do you call these? I feel like you need a stylus to do this properly. With my fat fingers, I'll probably get four of them at one time. "You press it and then again what can I help you with your-- with your press it and then again what can I--" It seems like it's rep-- (chortles) Can you talk to this watch? (Finebros) So the same button that's on the top there, you can also use it as a dial, - and that way you can zoom in and out. - Oh! Okay, I see. They did their homework on this. ♪ I've got the whole world in my hands ♪ Here's my tracking for my exercise. Set calories. (gasps) Oh, so you can put in how many calories you want to burn? This is actually pretty easy to read. I'm surprised. Way too much information on my arm. I can just go for the time. That's good enough. I really like it. It's definitely a gadget that'll get in my toolbox eventually. I can communicate with anyone in the world. Anyone in the world right now just having this on my wrist. I can't even fathom that that could happen, and here it is. What brilliance. (Finebros) So one of the features is a calendar, where it'll buzz at you and remind you when you have appointments. Compared to what you currently use to keep track of your calendar, is that useful if it was right on your wrist? Yeah, that'd be great. This would be even better for me. You know something? I don't trust it. Things get lost. They do. My paper calendar on my desk is always there. (Finebros) Also, you can read and send emails and text messages. That is-- that is space age. How much can you read and how small the fine print is gonna be in this small device? That's what I'm concerned. Initially, I said that I don't need one of those. I'm okay with a Rolex. But, um, think I'll take a backseat with all the things this thing does. I guess it'd be convenient. I remember I got depressed when the fax machines came out. There was this school psychologist at the time. And parents used to have to wait till we mailed them things. Now they wanted the results by fax right then. I think a lot of very bad situations would be avoided if we could take a day or two to think about it before answering. (Finebros) There's also a fitness app right inside of the watch with it to track all of your steps and to track your calories and reminds you when to stand up-- Shut the front door! Really? I think that's fabulous. If that'll motivate people to be more... (watch beeps) Ooh, ooh! Something. It just said something. Oh, see? See? It said, "Afternoon move goal in progress." I just burnt a calorie when I did that. (Finebros) Another thing that it can do - is you can use it as a phone. - No. Wow. You just talk into your wrist? Texting I won't do. Answer the phone, I would do that. - (watch ringing) - Oh my god. - (watch ringing) - Oh my-- (laughs loudly) - (watch ringing) - Okay, incoming call. And I would guess that I hit the green button. - (Finebros, on phone) Hello? - My goodness. Oh my god. The Rolex definitely is in the trash. (Finebros) Did you ever think you'd be - making a call with a watch? - No, I never did. Oh, hey. Can you Skype me? I'd like to see what you look like. (Finebros) No, there's no camera on that watch. But it's gonna be. (laughs) I don't want everybody to hear everything I have to say. And I don't want to hear what everybody else has to say. So now we can even have more private conversations going on in public. (Finebros) So can you talk about specifically how, in your lifetime, the idea of a watch being able to do futuristic things is something that has been in fiction for a long time. Right. Dick Tracy. It's like a Dick Tracy watch. The young folks don't even know Dick Tracy. They haven't even heard his name. There was this great comic called Dick Tracy. And Dick Tracy had a two-way watch, and we thought it was pretty cool. The first thing was just the Dick Tracy wristwatch that you could talk into. That was like, "Nah, that'll never happen." (Finebros) What does that feel like, that something - that felt like fantasy actually exists? - It's shocking. We sent our first people to the moon with slide rules and adding machines. Now this thing's got more power than probably the biggest computer they had invented by then. I think of my grandparents. You know, they saw the telephone come in. They saw the automobile come in. And here we are so far beyond that. (Finebros) So a lot of what we just talked about of what the watch can do, there's actually a catch. Uh-oh. (Finebros) A lot of the functions do not work unless you also have a recent iPhone to pair the watch with. Ooh. Why do you need the watch if you have to use the iPhone? That doesn't make sense. I did not hear any of those claims when they do the advertising. They need to clarify. I think they should wait a while and devise one that can work by itself. Just going from one step to another doesn't happen overnight. So this is just a first step on doing this. I don't mind that it just hooks to the phone. That's okay. But they'd have to get it way lower in price. Really all it is is a fancy Bluetooth device. (Finebros) So last question: do you think this is necessary technology that people need, or is this kind of overboard? I think it's a little redundant.