The Apple Watch is one of our favorite gadgets for fitness, time tracking, messages on the go, and more. (And what's more, it looks great on all wrist sizes — whether you're a 7-year-old second grader or a 76-year-old senior.) If you've just picked up a new Apple Watch, we can help you get it set up, customize it to your liking, and find the best accessories depending on your activities. Let's get started!
What's new with Apple Watch?
- Manual is not included! To set up and use your Apple Watch, you need an iPhone with the latest version of iOS. WatchOS 6 is compatible with Apple Watch Series 1 and later. Upgrading to watchOS 6 requires an iPhone 6s or later running iOS 13 or later. PACKAGE CONTENTS: Apple Watch 38mm Series 1 Charging Cable Square Wall Socket Charging Adapter.
- Sep 24, 2019 The Apple Watch Series 1 comes without GPS or LTE, making it the choice for users that aren't too bothered with accurate outdoor sports tracking. It's no longer sold by Apple, but can still be.
- Sep 20, 2019 Apple's bands fit all versions of the company's Apple Watch — whether you own a Series 0, 1, or 2, you'll be able to pair it with a band. Additionally, there are ways to configure non-Apple Watch bands to work with the Apple Watch, pick up third-party options, color-match your lugs, and more. Here's what you need to know!
Apple Watch Series 3 38 mm Watch Series 3 GPS + Cellular 38 mm manual user guide is a pdf file to discuss ways manuals for the Apple Watch Series 3 38 mm.In this document are contains instructions and explanations on everything from setting up the device for the first time for users who still didn’t understand about basic function of the phone.
The Apple Watch Series 5 is Apple's latest and greatest Apple Watch. It's actually the sixth version. The original Apple Watch has been dubbed 'Series 0' because Series 1 took it's name the next year. Series 5 sports an always-on display (finally!), a built-in compass, and international emergency calling on cellular models, even when roaming, even when no cellular plan is in place.
How to set up and pair your Apple Watch with your iPhone
The Apple Watch and iPhone may be two distinctly different pieces of hardware, but one can't exist without the other. When you buy a new Apple Watch, turning it on is only the first step — next comes pairing it with an iPhone.
When it comes time to pair your Apple Watch with your iPhone, you'll need to use the Apple Watch app for iOS. You should be able to find it pre-installed on your iPhone (or via the App Store, if you've removed it previously).
The latest software iteration from Apple's watchOS team continues the trend of past watchOS releases in helping improve its users' lives. Here's a breakdown of what you can expect from watchOS 5, as well as tips and tricks for Apple's smartwatch operating system!
Apple Watch Series 1 Specs
How to navigate your Apple Watch
Apple Watch software tips & tricks
How to customize your Apple Watch
Customize your Apple Watch face
How to find apps for Apple Watch
As of watchOS 6, Apple has added a dedicated App Store right on Apple Watch. You no longer need to pick up your iPhone and find goodies to add to your Apple Watch. It's not as robust as the Watch App Store on your iPhone, but with a bit of patience, you can find what you're looking for right on your wrist.
How to find, install, rearrange, and delete Apple Watch apps
Best Apple Watch apps
Everything you need to know about Apple Watch bands
The Apple Watch is both a gadget and a fashion accessory, and that means interchangeable bands. Apple's bands fit all versions of the company's Apple Watch — whether you own a Series 0, 1, or 2, you'll be able to pair it with a band. Additionally, there are ways to configure non-Apple Watch bands to work with the Apple Watch, pick up third-party options, color-match your lugs, and more.Here's what you need to know!
Best Apple Watch Accessories
The Apple Watch may technically be an accessory for your iPhone, but it's also a powerful device in its own right — cataloging workouts, monitoring your heart rate, helping you pay for items, playing music, and, of course, telling time. The more you use your Apple Watch, the more you may find yourself wanting to accessorize your accessory with new bands, protective coverings, external monitors, stands, travel cases, or headphones. Here are our must-have accessories to pick up for Apple Watch.
Troubleshoot Apple Watch
Is your Apple Watch being fussy? Here are a few ways to make it behave. Whether it's an app on your Apple Watch or the Watch itself that's giving you some trouble, you don't have to panic: There are a few simple fixes you can employ to get your smartwatch back on the operational path in no time.
Basic troubleshooting steps
Connection and battery issues
Updating Apple Watch and apps
Switching Apple Watches and iPhones
Serenity Caldwell contributed to an earlier version of this guide.
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