The Iwatch is a customizable wrist watch designed to work with the iPhone. This smart watch enables you to send and receive messages, and answer calls to your iPhone right from your wrist eliminating the all-too-common need to take out your device too frequently to check notifications. So let’s talk about its specific features;
1.Tell time accurately
Iwatch tells time with amazing accuracy. The device will sync within 50 milliseconds of the time in your location using the internet. The watch will also work as a stopwatch, timer, alarm clock and a world clock, which is extremely useful for travelers. If you move from one time zone to another, Apple Watch automatically adjusts. When daylight saving time begins, Apple Watch simply changes to the new time. So you never once have to set it yourself. So this watch is very useful for cross-border tourism.
One of the more intriguing features is that the watch supports Apple Pay. iPhone 6 owners can already make payments in hundreds of thousands of stores that accept contactless payment, and the Apple Watch brings this handy function to those on iPhone 5 and later, too. On the NFC-enabled wearable, all you have to do is double-click the button next to the dial on the edge and hold the watch face close to the payment terminal or reader. You’ll hear a beep and feel “a gentle pulse,” confirming that your payment was made.
Siri, Apple’s voice-activated digital assistant, is a huge part of the Apple Wrist Watch. Siri is integrated into Apple smart watch allowing you to accomplish many of your favorite voice command tasks without pulling your iPhone out, including dictating a message, asking to view your next event, making a query and receiving an answer. Apple’s digital assistant does everything it can on your phone, including sending messages and searching the web.
Apple Watch Siri may not be quite as full-featured as iPhone Siri, but your digital assistant can still do a bunch of tasks. Apple Watch Siri is just as good at turning things on and off as iPhone Siri. You can ask Siri to disable or enable Bluetooth, turn on Airplane mode, and even enable or disable accessibility features like VoiceOver.
4.Track health and fitness
Apple says the watch can help people lead healthier lives, by letting them set goals within apps or tracking their physical activity using built-in sensors. Apple Watch pack a heart rate sensor on its underside, it will feature a robust set of apps to help you keep track of your well-being. The Activity app collects data on all your movement in the day — whether it be standing, moving or running — and prompts you to get up when you’ve been sitting still too long.
The Workout app gives athletes more detailed information and measurement for more precise feedback. You’ll get real-time stats on your time spent, distance traveled, calories burned, pace and speed for activities such as running, walking and cycling. You can also set goals for each session, and get updates as you exercise, as well as a summary at the end and once each week. Iwatch even gives you badges in reward for achieving your goals.
There are many features about Iwatch, but these four are the most important for us.