From readability to fast mute, to take pictures remotely to find your phone, these are super simple Watch tricks that will change the way you use your smartwatch—and later, how to make every life easier (And higher productivity).
Are you lucky enough to receive Apple Watch or high quality intelligent watch as gifts at Christmas? If you are, you are not alone. In 2021, Australians’ attention to wearable technology trends has doubled, and more people choose to strap smart watches to their wrists than ever before.
A recent Deloitte survey of digital consumer trends found that “owners of wearable devices such as smart watches and fitness bracelets continue to rise. Now 23% of respondents can use smart watches, up from 17% in 2020 and 12% in 2019. “Australians are on par with the countries most lacking smart watches, including the United Kingdom (23%) and Italy (25%).The wearable device market is expected to grow further. Between now and 2026, the number of Australians buying will increase by 14.5%.
Although the latest Apple Watch Series 7 is bigger and brighter than ever before, how do you ensure that you get the final productivity from the incredible technology now worn on your wrist? It might be confusing at first…I should know because it took me a minute (that is, months) to figure out how to use mine correctly. However, if you are willing to spend 15 minutes to adjust your settings and browse the App Store, I guarantee that this will be the absolute pleasure of improving work efficiency and a fully personalized and fully connected smartwatch, now in the market, most smart watches has this features even better experiences.
Once you have completed the basic work (i.e. set up your exercise ring, registered Apple Fitness+ or google health and tried out the awesome Breathe feature), there are many other non-fitness-related features and functions that will become lifeguards (in one case, literally).
When you need help finding your mobile phone, swipe up from the bottom of the display to open the control center and look for the ping iPhone button. A single tap can make your iPhone send out a ping signal. If you touch and hold your Phone, it will send out a ping signal and flash to help you find it in the dark.
Use the “Camera Remote” app on Smart Watch to take pictures from a long distance. First, open the Camera Remote app on the watch and place your Phone. Use Smart Watch as a viewfinder to compose the picture. Then click on the timer to give everyone a chance to prepare.
When you start water exercise (such as swimming or surfing), the water lock will automatically open. However, if you want to disable the touch screen on the Smart Watch during certain activities, such as gloves that may interfere with the display during boxing, you can also turn it on manually. To open it, swipe up from the bottom of the display to open the control center and tap the water drop button. To close it, turn the digital crown on the side of the Smart Watch until the display shows unlocked.
Use Smart Watch to set multiple timers to track your work. You can do this manually by opening the timer app and setting up multiple custom timers. Or press and hold the digital crown to ask Siri. You can ask Siri questions such as “Start the 40-minute sourdough timer” or “Start the 10-minute hair care timer”.
You can personalize your Smart Watch by choosing your favorite watch face in the Watch app on your Phone. Select the Face Gallery tab and browse hundreds of watch face options. You can further customize your watch face by changing complications. First touch and hold the display, then tap “Edit.” Next time, swipe to the left to the end and click on a complication to change it. Turn the Digital Crown to browse the options, and then tap to select one. Press the digital crown to save. To change your watch face, just swipe left from one edge to the other on the Smart Watch display.
Take a moment to try a few different watch faces and see which one best suits your lifestyle.
View the apps in the list or rearrange or delete apps. Push the Digital Crown, and then touch and hold anywhere on the home screen. Then, if you want to view the applications displayed as a list instead of a grid, click List View. To rearrange or delete apps, click Edit apps. Tap X to delete an application or drag an application to a new position to rearrange the home screen. Press the digital crown when finished.
To quickly silence alarms such as incoming calls or timers, just place your palm on the watch display.
You can adjust the text size and other settings to make it easier to interact with items on the screen. Open the Watch app on your iPhone, tap “Display and Brightness”, then use the slider to increase the text size or display brightness.
Tracking your exercise is great, but it can do a lot more
If you wear a mask to cover your nose and mouth, you can use your Smart Watch to unlock your Phone. This feature is applicable to Smart Watch Series 3 and later models. Before you start, make sure you have the latest software installed on your Phone and Smart Watch. Open the “Settings” app on your Phone. Tap “Face ID and Password” and enter your password. Scroll down to Unlock with Smart Watch and turn on the function next to the watch name.
You can enable notifications on your Smart Watch to remind you that your heart rate is too high or too low, and that your heart rate is irregular. To turn on the heart health notification, go to the Watch app on your iPhone, tap “Heart”, and select BPM. If the Smart Watch detects that the heart rate is higher or lower than the BPM threshold you set, it will notify you. It will only do this during periods of inactivity.
Since its launch in 2018, the fall detection on Smart Watch has proven to be a valuable safety tool (in fact, it can save the person’s life). Stand still and activate emergency call service right on your wrist. To open it, open the Watch app on your iPhone, tap SOS emergency and turn on fall detection. You can choose whether to wear it all the time or during exercise (such as cycling).
Today, Smart watch is changing and riching our life…
Post time: Jan-04-2022