Watch 4+


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Use the Apple Watch app to pair and sync your Apple Watch with your iPhone. Customize your watch faces and app notifications, choose and arrange the apps in your Dock, select photos and music to sync, and more. Download new Apple Watch apps and watch faces from the App Store.


• Pair your Apple Watch with your iPhone and sync content from Calendar, Contacts, Mail, and other apps from your iPhone to your Apple Watch.

• Set up Apple Pay and choose which third-party apps to install on your Apple Watch.

• Customize app notifications delivered to your Apple Watch, including alerts, sounds, and haptics for each app.

• Choose and arrange the apps in your Dock.

• Adjust the frequency of Activity updates, including stand reminders, achievements, and goal completions.

• Sync photos, music and podcasts to Apple Watch to use when you’re away from your iPhone.

• Find and download customized watch faces on the App Store.

• Get tips and tricks, view the Apple Watch User Guide, and more on the Discover tab

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
4.2K Ratings

4.2K Ratings

Luigi#1⭐️⭐️⭐️ ,

Please fix this

I put my watch in my pocket for a few hours and when I took it out it said it was disabled for 3 hours because the password was typed incorrectly. I don’t know how that was happening constantly, and I understand that there’s not really anything you can do to fix the pocket dial problem. However, you could definitely make it so that I can use my phone to reenable my watch so that I don’t have to unnecessarily wait for 3 hours. I’ve been told that someone had their watch in their pocket for 8 hours at work and they were unable to use it for a whole 12 days. Please add an option in this app to type the password on of the watch and allow it to reenable itself. There is no flaw in this becoming an update. If someone stole my phone and my watch and was somehow able to unlock my phone password and not my watch, it doesn’t matter because they would have to type the watch password which they don’t know. It’s stupid for it to disable for this long anyways. Please make this an update as soon as possible so that we don’t have to turn off our watch just to put it into our pockets when we are working at a messy job.

thegreatsongtraveler ,

Had to revise my score for the right reasons

Look, I had a Fitbit for my first smart watch experience and I learned the app and found it to be very user friendly and the Watch I had (Charge 3) while basic by Apple standards, just did what it was supposed to do and without interruption.

When I got the Apple Watch I just thought it would be an easy transition for me because I’d owned Apple products for a decade at that point. It was NOT easy for me. It was so convoluted and made finding basic statistics an Easter egg hunt.

I’ve since more or less brought myself up to speed on the system and how it functions and I am revising my score to a 4 from a 2. Misses a 5 because I still feel the basics could be found on the iPhone app with greater ease if they wanted to show them to you without making the app an advertisement of its depth, which is objectively impressive but still daunting for the new user.



August 7, 2022, out on the lake with some friends tubing, and jumping off cliffs to realize I had lost my watch! It was a series 6 Nike that I had only had for 8 months! When I realized my watch was gone I panicked. I thought dang I lost my new watch! I looked and looked but knew it was going to be too deep. I tracked it on my phone and could tell that it was only about 15 feet away. As I drove home that night I thought I would never see it again. The next day I call our local Marina and asked if they had any recommendations for a diver. The next day me and him motored out to where I thought I had lost my watch. As I’m sitting on the boat waiting to see if he can find anything he comes out of the water holding my watch! 46 feet deep!! The watch had been submerged for 28 hours and when he handed it to me the battery was still at 15% battery life and still buzzing. I turned it off got home charged it and you would never know that it had been at the bottom of the lake for over a day! I am a firm believer in the Iwatch. Thanks Apple for making such a good product!

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