Tips on how to get the best use out of your Apple Watch
Need to check the time discretely, just tap on the Apple watch face to get the time tapped back to you via the haptic engine.
Busy busy and even don't have time to check how the hour is going, set Chimes on your watch to chime on the hour, quarter, half or 3 quarter hour.
Customise your Watch Face to give you the info you need at any time of the day or night.
Want to see the time better, use the X-large watch face with easy to see time.
Can't find your Apple Watch in the house, use Find My on your iPhone to locate your Apple Watch and play a sound.
Can't find your iPhone either but you have your Apple Watch on, just Ping your phone from the watch.
Have a smart home, just use your Apple Watch to control all of your smart things like lights, switch's etc.
Want to keep healthy and well, engage with the move, exercise, and stand reminder rings on your Apple Watch.
Use the various Workout routines on the Apple Watch to get the most out of your exercise, and have most of the things you do to help you fill in those rings.
Any time you are exercising or not, you can check out how your heart beat is going on the Apple Watch.
Gone for a swim and the sound coming out of the watch sounds a bit tinny, just use the Water Lock function to make the speaker membrane vibrate and clear the moisture off.
Get up in the middle of the night and you need a bit of light to get around the house, just turn on the Torch function on the watch to light your way.
Running late for an appointment, just call from your Apple Watch.
Tired of dragging your iPhone out of your bag or pocket to answer a phone call, check a notification or reply to an email or message, just do it all on the watch.
If you need to find out quickly where you are, just ask Siri.
Your Apple Watch will pop up a reminder on your iPhone when the battery is getting a bit too low, and once fully charged on the Apple Watch charger, it will send a notification to your iPhone.
Enjoy listening to music, radio, audio book or podcasts, do it all on your Apple Watch.
Of course, you can do lots of other things with Siri, the same you can do on the iPhone.
Want tactile feedback when walking or driving to a destination, the watch gives you tactile feedback for left, right turns etc.
Remember those people in the movies or concert halls who don't turn of their iPhone etc., you can put your Apple Watch in to silent mode so that you don't annoy other people.
Similar to the iPhone etc., there are a raft of accessibility features for the Apple Watch.
Prone to falling, setup Emergency SOs to call Triple Zero, and your own contacts with your location.
Did you know? If you have watch bands from the S1, 2 or S3, these bands will still fit the S4, 5, S6 or Se: i.e. 38mm to 40 or 40 to 44mm