Recently, Apple has launched new iOS 10 for iPhone smartphones and iPad tablets. However, also new WatchOS 3 operating system was released for Apple smart watches. The biggest improvement introduced by the newest built is the feature which reduces a time required to open some applications by 66%. This is thanks to the fact that a lot of apps will be stored in smart watch native memory instead of a paired iPhone smartphone.

The next great new feature is Scribble. This functionality allows you to write a message directly on an Apple Watch using your finger. This is very useful, because you do not have to pull the iPhone out of your pocket, backpack or handbag in order to respond to a message. WatchOS 3 also allow you to adjust or create a watch face directly from the smart watch instead of the Apple Watch application. You can also switch between watch faces by swiping to the left or to the right. It is very simple, isn’t it?

Do you want to share your fitness and other activities? No problem, WatchOS 3 allows you to do this directly via smart watch interface. You do not have to use your iPhone for this any longer. Also, by swiping up you will see the Control Center which is very similar to the solution known from iOS. It will give you very quick access to selected features and settings. You can for an example enable Airplane Mode, check the battery status or lock the timepiece.

In order to update your Apple Watch, you have to make sure that your iPhone smartphone has the latest iOS version at first. Remember also to charge your Apple Watch to at least 50% level. You iPhone should be connected to Wi-Fi network (a large file will be downloaded) and you have to keep it within range of the Apple Watch. Now, you can run Apple Watch application on your iPhone and tap on the My Watch tab. Then, click on General, Software update and Download the update. This will take some time, so please be patient. You should not restart your Apple Watch manually, it will be restarted automatically when the update will be completed.

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