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Apple Watch For Beginners

4th Edition

Wearable technology has progressed in leaps and bounds in the space of just a few years and intelligent, intuitive smartwatches are finally a reality. In the Apple Watch, Apple has produced a device that is both beautiful and functional, and with the release of its much-anticipated Series 2 models, more and more people are discovering its uses. No matter which model you own, you’ll find quality craftsmanship coupled with a user-friendly interface. Not only that, you’ll be constantly surprised by just how much this little computer can do, especially with the enhancements brought on by the release of watchOS 3. Your Apple Watch can measure your health and fitness, keeping track of your activity and prompting you with a tap when you’ve been too inactive. You can answer calls, read your messages, view photos and make contactless payments – it even tells the time! Read on to get started with this life-changing piece of tech. Featuring: Essential guide to Apple Watch - Everything you need to know about your new Apple Watch – all in one place Setting up - The first steps to take with your new Apple Watch Getting started - Discover what your Apple Watch is truly capable of The next step - Start downloading and managing new apps

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welcome to apple watch for beginners

Wearable technology has progressed in leaps and bounds in the space of just a few years and intelligent, intuitive smartwatches are finally a reality. In the Apple Watch, Apple has produced a device that is both beautiful and functional, and with the release of its much-anticipated Series 2 models, more and more people are discovering its uses. No matter which model you own, you’ll find quality craftsmanship coupled with a user-friendly interface. Not only that, you’ll be constantly surprised by just how much this little computer can do, especially with the enhancements brought on by the release of watchOS 3. Your Apple Watch can measure your health and fitness, keeping track of your activity and prompting you with a tap when you’ve been too inactive. You can answer calls, read your…

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essential guide to the apple watch

The Apple Watch was Apple’s first foray into wearable tech and, although uptake was a little on the slow side initially, the Apple Watch brand has grown into a market leader. And the recently released Series 2 range of watches looks to solidify that position. The new range of Apple Watches come fashioned out of different materials, offer a much wider array of strap options to personalise them, and are all powered by the S2 dual-core processing chip. What’s also commendable is how Apple has chosen to power the cheaper, Series 1 range of Watches with a dual-core processor too, so owners on a tighter budget aren’t missing out on the power of the tech. The Series 2 range of Apple Watches also come with builtin GPS, which means that you no…

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wrist technology

We are so used to watches that we don’t think about them, and lately many of us have stopped wearing them. Yet the issues that the original timepieces battled are back in force as computer technology has finally reached a point where smartwatches are possible. The challenge lies in making a device that is useful and that fits on your wrist without making you feel embarrassed. Watches have always been a fashion statement, a way of announcing your personality and maybe even your wealth to anyone who sees you ostentatiously look at your wrist. Even as we moved away from absolutely everyone having a watch, the rich still had Rolex, so they still had pretty accurate timekeeping in their bling. “We are starting to realise the advantages of having a computer that…

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top 5 features

01 Telling the time You can forget that this is what it’s all for. Apple Watch is as impressively accurate as the clock on your iPhone, it’s an alarm and it also does the same automatic adjustment when British Summer Time starts and ends. 02 Message notifications There’s no more need to keep checking your iPhone during the day. When an email or text arrives, one glance at your wrist will tell you what it is and whether you need to respond. You can even reply from your Watch. 03 Getting fitter Even if you only reluctantly admit you need exercise, Apple Watch will make it easier. It can give you a little nudge when you’ve sat for too long, or it can go the other way and give you masses of detail about your…

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why apple watch?

It has become a cliché, but Apple Macs, iPhones and iPads do ‘just work’. So having that ease of use in a smartwatch makes a huge difference. Smartwatches have been around for years, but they have always been a little fiddly. You can strap on an Apple Watch and, without very much setting up, be off and running. Literally running, that is, since the Watch monitors your exercise and optionally suggests health workouts. Apple Watch also integrates deeply with the iPhone – you can’t use it without one – and the two work together seamlessly. If you have an Android phone, you need to stick to Android Wear for your watch and while your experience varies greatly between manufacturers, you can customise practically everything to suit you. Apple, in comparison, offers few…

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choose your watch

Series 1 The cheapest Apple Watch The good news is that although the Series 2 Apple Watch has recently been released, Apple will continue to sell the original Apple Watch at a cheaper price. The even better news is that they have all been upgraded with the same faster dualcore processor that’s in the Series 2, so you get more power for your pennies. The Series 1 Apple Watch starts at around £269 and comes in an aluminium case and a Sport Band strap. It doesn’t boast built-in GPS like the Series 2, and is only splash resistant as opposed to fully water resistant, but it is comparable in other aspects. Case The Series 1 Watch is made from what’s called 7000 Series Silver or Space Grey Aluminum and come in either a 38mm…

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