Along with the big device launch, the details in the keynote event also revealed Pokémon Go has been downloaded 500 million times. That's a lot of times. The news also shot Nintendo stock up about 6% on Wednesday, from a previous close of $28.20 to $36.55, just since the Apple Event began. This happened, of course, despite previous news that Nintendo doesn't own Pokémon Go, but rather, just "a 32 percent stake in The Pokémon Company, who markets and licenses the Pokémon brand."
But hey, whatever. If you're one of the several-dozen people still sporting an Apple Watch or jonesing for the Apple Watch 2, and you somehow intersect in the Venn diagram of people who still play Pokémon Go, congratulations: you're the most niche nerd out there with lots of time and money to burn.