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One of the most innovative technologies in the smart world is the smart watch. The Apple Watch has been a leader in the industry offering 5 different series over the past few years. Repair Buddy offer Apple watch repairs service near your suburb within 30 minutes.
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Why Apple watch?
Whether you should get an Apple Watch or not comes down to how compelling any of the main features are for your lifestyle, either by themselves or when combined together. Those features include not only timekeeping but health and fitness tracking, notifications and communications, Apple Pay and HomeKit automation.
Put simply: The Apple Watch is the shuttlecraft to an iPhone's starship. Most of what you can do on Watch, you can also do on iPhone — but not as conveniently. And convenience can be a killer feature.
You already get notifications on your iPhone. You can tell when they come in thanks to the beep, buzz, or bubble on your Lock screen. With the Apple Watch, however, those notifications can appear on your wrist, sending you a subtle tap that doesn't even light up the display unless you turn the Watch to signal your interest.
Then, you only get a short summary of the information, providing the app name along with a brief bit of context. From there, you get to decide if you want to stop what you're doing and view more.
There's also a Notification Center, just like on iPhone, so you can swipe down and glance at everything and anything that's come in and quickly see what's happening and what, potentially, you need to take care of. And you can do it without reaching into your pocket or bag.
For apple pay
Apple Pay on Apple Watch is magic, which is my favorite part during this COVID pandemic. Instead of having to fumble for your wallet or even your iPhone, you simply press a button on your Apple Watch twice, hold it close to the terminal, and you're done. What makes it so great is that it's always right there on your wrist, it never reveals your real credit card number or personal information, and if it loses contact with your skin (via the heart rate monitor), it shuts off so no one else can use it.
If you have a lot of tap-to-pay near you, the Apple Watch is especially compelling.
For health and fitness
Apple has recently re-focused Watch marketing around health and fitness and it's no mystery as to why. With a GPS and an upgraded built-in heart-rate monitor on the latest Series 4 models, Apple Watch makes for a compelling exercise and wellness companion.
You automatically track all the basics, including standing and moving around as well as exercise, steps, and stairs climbed.
There's also a Workout app that's been specifically created to track your walks, runs, rides, rolls, and more. With improved water resistance for more recent Apple Watches, you can even track your swims and get detailed maps of your routes on land and sea.
Beginning with the Apple Watch Series 4, Apple has included an ECG, or electrocardiograph in the watch. Electrodes built into the Digital Crown and the back crystal work together with the ECG app to read your heart's electrical signals. Customers in the United States, much of the European Union, as well as an expanding list of countries around the world, simply need to open the ECG app, place a finger on the digital crown, and wait for 30 seconds while measurements are taken. The app will tell you whether you're experiencing normal (sinus) rhythm, or if you might be experiencing atrial fibrillation.
The Series 4 also packs hardware for fall detection. If you have this feature turned on, and you take a serious fall, the Apple Watch will issue an alert, allowing you to either dismiss it if you're not hurt, or call emergency services. If you don't respond to the alert within one minute, the watch will automatically contact emergency services for you.
With Activity Sharing, you share your achievements with the people closest to you. That way, when you reach a goal or they do, you can send a message or emoji to encourage them. Or to trash talk them. Whatever works for you.
Strava, Nike+, RunKeeper, and most other popular exercise apps have extensions for Apple Watch as well: You get to add the convenience of Apple Watch to whatever system and community you're already involved with.
If any of those features could help you live a healthier, fitter life, the Apple Watch might be all the help you need.