By Todd Bernhard
The saying goes "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." But the corollary is, if it is broke, fix it. The honest truth is that the Apple Watch was broken. It was cumbersome to find your favorite apps, and it was slow to launch them. Apple didn't release a new Apple Watch, or any new hardware for that matter, at this week's Worldwide Developers Conference. But the tech giant may have saved the Apple Watch. The company fixed two of the worst issues: app launching and performance. Now that I've had 24 hours or so to contemplate it, I've concluded this was the right move. Before adding any significant hardware or software features, like standalone GSM/cellular capability or FaceTime video calling (with or without a camera) Apple really had to fix the user experience, especially when it came to launching apps.