Apple Watch User Guide. The official Apple Watch User Guide is now available. It provides detailed information about the Apple Watch with categories like Basics, Watch Faces, Notifications, Glances, Timekeeping, Messages, Digital Touch, Mail, Phone Calls, Calendars and Reminders, Health and Fitness, Apple Pay and Passbook, Maps and Directions, Music, Photos, Accessibility and more.
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Apple Watch User Guide. Apple Watch is the company’s first smartwatch which is is now on sale with the first pre-orders arriving this week, on Friday, April 24. It has the Digital Crown, Apple’s most revolutionary navigation tool since the iPod Click Wheel and iPhone Multi-Touch. Users will enjoy the new way to scroll, zoom and navigate fluidly without obstructing the display.
Thee Apple Watch will be available in Stainless Steel, Space Black Stainless Steel, Silver Aluminum, Space Gray Aluminum, 18-karat gold, and 18-karat rose gold. The watch will be sold in Apple Watch, Sport and Edition collections with six different straps. Read the Apple Watch User Guide below to get the most out of your new watch.
How does Apple Watch work?
Before we get to the Apple Watch User Guide, we need to know how the Apple watch works. Apple Watch depends on your iPhone to put all kinds of information, including apps and services. The watch will give you carry a small amount of storage for apps and images, but the detail content will be on your iPhone.
However, the Apple Watch can also work without an iPhone for telling the time and for select apps, like Apple Pay,and Passbook flight check-ins. You can also use the watch to listen to music during a run and tracking fitness metrics without your iPhone.
Apple Watch Digital Crown
Apple Watch User Guide. The Apple Watch Digital Crown crown is not only a homage to classic watch design, but it also serves as a way to navigate the watch’s new interface. The digital crown is the dial on the side of the watch. So, how the digital crown brings flexibility to Apple Watch?
The Digital Crown is used to:
1. cycle through available apps,
2. zoom or access a selected app or the Home screen.
3. mobile payments. You can pay for goods at a physical store using Apple Pay on your Apple Watch. You can simply double press the digital crown and then tap your watch to the payment terminal.
4. view photos on your watch,
5. zoom in on pictures
6. a homage to classic watch design
7. an element of analog watches where you set and adjust the time
8. a way to navigate the watch’s new interface.
Apple Watch User Guide Video
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