30 interesting things that can make your Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is one of the best smart watch on the market. This is more than just an iPhone on your wrist. If you know all the features of the Apple Watch, with their help you can improve your productivity, lose weight, get in shape, and even save money. Some even earn from your Apple Watch.

Now you can find Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2. The second generation has an improved water resistance, an updated processor, and built-in GPS chip. Apple Watch Series 1 is the original model, but with a more efficient processor. Also there is a special edition created in collaboration with Nike and Hermes.

Operating system watch OS 3.0 increased the speed of smart-watches, and also brought an updated interface and new watchfaces. At WWDC 2017 Apple will present the next version of the operating system, watch OS 4.0 with new features. It’s time to see what the Apple Watch right now.

  • To answer calls.
  • To work in the water.
  • Track run route.
  • To activate silent mode in the cinema.
  • To change the dials.
  • To provide quick access to relevant information.
  • To track your heart rate.
  • To track sports.
  • To view and reply to messages.
  • Send Emoji.
  • Receive notifications with the iPhone.
  • Share heart rate.
  • To pay with Apple Pay.
  • To run the application.
  • To make routes.
  • To send pictures.
  • To Use Siri.
  • View photos.
  • To connect to the car.
  • Post to Facebook.
  • To play the music.
  • To share your location.
  • Check your email.
  • Control Apple TV and Apple Music.
  • To work as a remote viewfinder for the camera.
  • Find a lost iPhone.
  • To store electronic tickets.
  • To work as night watch.
  • To translate the clock forward 10 minutes so you are not late.
  • To send an SOS signal.
  • Perhaps the most useful features of the Apple Watch is the ability to translate Apple Pay and answer incoming calls using a smart watch. This is a great feature if your hands are full and there is no way to hold a smartphone. You can also answer the call on your Apple Watch and then transfer it to iPhone. Unfortunately, the answer to both audio and video calls FaceTime smart watches are not yet supported.

    Clifton Nichols

    Clifton Nichols

    Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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