Elvira Kurt is ticked off at Apple's 'tattooist' watch

"Poor hipsters!" In this week's instalment of q's Cultural Hall of Shame, Elvira Kurt shames the "tattoo-ist" Apple Watch.
Reuters journalist Matt Siegel inputs his passcode onto his Apple Watch as his tattoos prevent the device's sensors from correctly detecting his skin. (Jason Reed/Reuters)

In this week's instalment of q's Cultural Hall of Shame, Elvira Kurt shames the "tattoo-ist" Apple Watch. Early adopters of the product say the ink on their arms is somehow disrupting the watches key functions.

"The sensors are not sensing," she tells Friday guest host Tom Power. "Poor hipsters!"


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