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On the watch face front, Apple is giving users a numnber of new options – most importantly a Siri face.
Throughout the day, the face will change dynamically depending on what’s happening. It will take information from Activity, Alarms, Breathe, Calendar, Maps, Reminders and Wallet. A complication on the face gives quick and easy access to Siri as well. Another new face is the fun Kaleidoscope that turns images into different patterns just like the toy.
The Dock, is also taking on a new look. Instead of the horizontal alignment, all of your selected apps are now presented in a vertical fashion.
Using the Digital Crown makes it easy to scroll between each one even though you can still simply use your finger on the screen.
Music lovers should definitely be happy to use the redesigned app on the watch. It will now automatically sync your New Music Mix, Favorites Mix and most listened to music from the service.
Along with a new look, the stock Workout app can now be used for the popular high-intensity interval training workout.
For fitness fans who like to combine their workouts, it now easy to measure overall calories burned and time measurements. When done with one workout type, just swipe right to and select “New.”
During a workout, the Apple Watch will now automatically turn on the Do Not Disturb feature so you can focus on fitness.
Along with the new look to the stock Workout app, the Activity app will better help users meet their fitness goals, close their Activity Rings, and create longer success streaks.
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