Latest Apple Watch and Their Features (Nigerian) Review. Apple recently has launched a new technology that is trending now all over the world. Everyone now needs an apple watch on their series.
Here are the list of their series
- Apple watch series 1
- Apple watch series 2
- Apple watch series 3
- Apple watch series 4
- Apple watch series 5
- Apple watch series 6
Now let get to know what is the problem with this development of advance Technology.
The problem with the Apple Watch
There’s no stopping wearable technology. Every major tech company has made strides into the nascent field of strapping gadgets to our bodies, and although there have been stumbles (a certain head-mounted display comes to mind), the benefits are real, and the tech is improving every day.
So everyone should rush out to buy an Apple Watch, right? Not so fast. Apple’s new toy may be the best smartwatch on the market, but it’s also one of the most expensive. As with every gadget purchase, you have to weigh cost versus benefit, and in the case of the Apple Watch, it doesn’t add up.
Consider what the benefits of wearable tech — in this case, a smartwatch — really are: The primary use of an interactive, wrist-mounted display is to feed you notifications on a screen that can be brought into view quickly and easily. Texts, emails, tweets and even calls can be immediately seen and acted upon.
To do the same thing on your smartphone, you’d need to pull it out of your pocket first. This is a tangible benefit, but not a large one. As far as notifications are concerned, all the watch is doing is bringing them to your attention with more immediate clarity and freeing up one of your hands. Is that worth $349, the starting price for the Apple Watch?
Besides, if clearer notifications are what you want, you can configure your iPhone to chime with distinctive beeps for different apps besides, if clearer notifications are what you want, you can configure your iPhone to chime with distinctive beeps for different apps (whistles for texts, doorbells for emails — you can even have a different sound for “VIP” emails). Many third-party apps already have customized alert tones, and if you’re a power user, you can change them yourself.
To be clear, you can do all this now for free.
What about the other things the Apple Watch does for you, such as fitness tracking? That’s a nice ability, but it’s hardly unique. Virtually any wearable will count steps and measure sleep patterns, usually in a device that’s comfortable to wear 24/7, keeps a charge for far longer, and costs much less. As for measuring your heart rate, wrist-mounted sensors are notoriously inaccurate.
Apps on the Apple Watch are largely an unknown at this point, but from the first batch, they look like what you’d expect: simplified versions of smartphone apps that enable actions just a bit faster. Again, how much more convenient is it to summon an Uber on your wrist than from your phone? Is it starting-at-$349 more convenient?
Will the Apple Watch you buy today still work in 5 years?
As the Apple Watch shipping date gets closer (10 days and counting), people who are thinking about buying one are starting to get antsy about the lingering questions regarding the device.
The big question for a lot of would-be buyers is about the longevity of the Apple Watch. After all, this is a first-generation Apple product. The past dictates that Apple frequently makes big changes (and substantial improvements) to subsequent versions of its products, often just a year after release.
Because the Apple Watch is also an entirely new product category for Apple, many people are even more disinclined to want to jump in. After all, as we learned with the iPad, first-gen products are often made obsolete more quickly.
But the Apple Watch isn’t just a tech gadget. It’s also a piece of jewelry. But the Apple Watch isn’t just a tech gadget. It’s also a piece of jewelry. The average person might replace their phone every two to three years, but they replace their watch must less frequently. Especially watches that cost at least $350.
And look, we know the Apple Watch isn’t going to be a family heirloom, but will it still be usable in three years? Five?
How long can we expect an Apple Watch’s useful lifetime to last?
The Apple product cycle considered
With Apple, perhaps more than other companies, past patterns are often good predictors of the future. As a result, it might be useful to revisit the lifecycle of other first-generation products.
Consider the original iPad. Millions bought the iPad in 2010 but a newer, better iPad 2 was released a year later. That iPad was thinner, had a snappier processor, and, perhaps most importantly, added cameras in the front and back.
Although iOS generally does a great job of supporting older devices (iOS 8 still works on an iPad 2), the memory limitations of the original iPad meant it stopped getting OS updates after iOS 5. By September 2012, just over two years after its release, it effectively reached end-of-life.
As a result, there are plenty of original iPad tablets out in the wild running old versions of software that will never be updated. In some cases, the apps and services cease to work altogether.
Yes, technology moves fast, and upgrade cycles are a reality. Stuff gets replaced and newer products take the shine off the old ones.
The product cycle for most Apple products is about a year (sometimes processor refreshes happen more frequently on the MacBook and iMac lines), save the time Apple waited just 7 months to release an upgraded iPad. (Yes, I’m still mad about that.)
Still, even after the release of new products, Apple typically supports products for at least three years after release. The original iPad may have only had support until 2012, but the iPad 2, released in 2011, is still getting iOS updates.
How to zoom out on an Apple Watch
There are two types of Apple Watch users: Those who have the zoom feature turned on and those who have it turned off.
If you’re the type who needs to see content up close, then you might find the Apple Watch’s display stuck on magnified mode at some point while using it. Don’t worry, getting back to full view is as simple as tapping on the display.
Here’s how to zoom out on your Apple Watch display.
Double-tap with two fingers
Zooming out on the Apple Watch is as simple as zooming in — all you have to do is tap the display twice with two fingers.
If you’re on the main display in Grid View (where all your apps are scattered across the screen), you can also rotate the Digital Crown counter-clockwise to zoom out even further.
How to adjust or disable zoom on Apple Watch
Zoom is also adjustable on the Apple Watch. Go to Settings > Accessibility > Zoom. At the bottom of the display is a slider that allows you to adjust the maximum zoom level.
If you find yourself getting super annoyed at the functionality, you can turn the feature off. Simply go to Settings > Accessibility > Zoom and toggle it off.
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