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The ceremony included a presentation explaining that few people of the year 2015 understood just how revolutionary the little device would be. From eradicating Super Measles to helping establish the first prison on Mars, it seems there's nothing the Apple Watch hasn't done to make our lives better.
Both President Trump and Labor Secretary Travis Kalanik were on hand to celebrate the joyous occasion in the newly created state of Silicon Valley. Even Elon Musk, the Governor of New Canada, was there, fresh off the Hyperloop from Toronotreal to attend the festivities in Cupertino.
"Back in 2017 people thought the Apple Watch was just another device to control your SpaceX jetpack," Musk said to the stadium of cheering consumers without looking up from his watch. "These days, it's so much more."
But the Apple Watch wasn't without obstacles to overcome in its relatively short five-year history. Before the watch became mandatory, some radical elements complained that the device was light on features and a privacy nightmare. Naturally, the Apple Watch's calming Happy Fun Mist™ helped allay those concerns. Not to mention keep us all much safer.