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The all new Apple Watch 2 has been launched officially, and it adds lots of new and wonderful features to the original Watch like built-in GPS, full waterproofing and more.
With the new and very latest version of WatchOS on board, there are numerous useful features that are hidden in the device that you might not know about.
Apple isn’t the company that usually have issues, it’s generally spot on and majority of times seem to please it’s customers. However, there seem to be a few issues with the products and software that Apple have been releasing lately. First it was the iPhone 6s shutdown problem, then it was the delay of the Airpod and now it’s the latest watchOS. After public release of 3.1.1 Apple have had to temporarily pull the software after reports that it’s bricking some Series 2 watch models.
Here are 7 great things that you can do with your Apple Watch in-order to make your daily routine just that little easier. Some of you might already be aware of these subtle little tricks others might not be. The video is courtesy of CultofMac. Check it out:
This year’s Apple add is subtle and heart warming. With a twist on Frankenstein, Apple depict the monster man and show him in a good light. Strangely enough, Apple isn’t promoting any of it’s product but seem to be simply highlighting the gift of kindness.
Check it out:
Taking a screenshot on your Apple Watch is relatively easy to do. Below are steps on how to take a screenshot on your Apple Watch.
To be honest, why would we need a web browser on the Apple Watch. Maybe for convenience, maybe it will be cool but the screen is so small, it wouldn’t make sense. Believe it or not, a lot of people seem to want a browser on the Apple Watch. You can ask Siri for information and if you get a result from a web search the watch prompts you to view on iPhone. The Apple Watch have been around for a few years now and up to this point there is no extension that allows information to be displayed on the watch.
Not sure if you would have tested this yourself, I honestly doubt if much people have. But, how far away do you think you can be from your Macbook and still unlock it with your Apple Watch? The remote unlock feature is really useful and work well but will you want to be able to unlock the Mac from distance away? Cnet have put it to the test, check out the video:
Courtesy of 9to5Mac we can now see just how faster the Apple Watch Series 2 is than the Series 1, but is it? I am not going to give it away, you will need to watch the video below to see if it will be worth spending $369 on the start price for the Apple Watch Series 2 or spending $269 for the Series 1. The Series 2 does have some more features than the Series 1 but if speed is your thing then check of the video below:
If you’re looking to get the the new Apple Watch and Apple online and stores are out of stock then you are in luck. There are other retailers selling the Apple Watch series 2 either online or in shop. I’ve searched around and below are 3 sites that you can pick up a new Apple Watch.
We know that Apple Watch is geared towards fitness and health. It’s probably the best fitness watch on the market and offers so much. If you’re not convinced to get an Apple Watch, then check out the exhilarating video below:
Apple Watch Series 2 isn’t set to be available until October, however there are plenty of the top sites that have given their verdict. We have put together a few video reviews from across the internet. See what’s already getting said about the Apple Watch and if it’s enough to convince you to purchase one. Check them out below:
Unless you have been under a rock for the pass 24 hours you will be well aware that the Apple Watch 2 will be available for pre-order on 9th September 2016 12:01am for USA and 08:01am for UK. Apple decided to create two versions, Series 1 and Series 2 of the Apple Watch. I’m a big Apple fan so I am no doubt going to order mine. But what if you have an original Apple Watch already and deciding wether or not you shop upgrade to Apple Watch 2. Or perhaps you cannot decide between the Series 1 and the Series 2. Here is a little snippet from Apple website that might help you decide.