Do you agree that the commenter should have used (must) instead of (would) for making deductions. Or maybe should have dropped would and used "and I am sure they have done plenty of testing", but would not this be considered a statement and not a deduction anymore?
I have checked the topics on making deductions about past events and found none used the modal 'would'.
The comments can be found below the article entitled: Android Wear's latest update adds GPS support and offline music playback
It could probably do with one [physical button] on the top or bottom without extruding too much. I don't like how this and others don't favour those who wear it on their right wrist.
Although I haven't tried the Apple Watch, and I am sure they would have done plenty of testing, I don't like the crown. Every other watch I have to take the watch off to use the crown. Maybe it isn't so tight and can be operated smoothly with one finger, unlike standard analoges [sic].
The above comment was a reply to the following, probably mistaken, critical comment of an Android Watch
I know this unpopular opinion will get me lambasted, but seriously, Android Wear NEEDS to have some kind of physical button (or other physical input) support instead of being 100% touch-only (no, a single home button a-la iPhone does not count). As much as I hate to admit it, even Apple got this right and realized how stupid multi-touch and touch-only input on a 2 inch screen would be.