I just got the Series 4 Apple Watch in gold aluminum as a gift and it 100% looks pink. So pink I awkI just got the Series 4 Apple Watch in gold aluminum as a gift and it 100% looks pink. So pink I awkwardly had to ask my sweet husband if he minded if I returned the rose gold he got me and got regular gold instead. Turns out, that is the "regular" gold! Apple really should fix the way this is advertised, it's not even close to a yellow gold, which is how it looks on the website. A nice warm champagne color could, in theory, have a little pink in it, but this is not that. I'm returning it and going with the black instead.
If you use the water lock function then your watch won’t respond to every capacitive fluctuation in If you use the water lock function then your watch won’t respond to every capacitive fluctuation in the pool as a click. It thinks that you are touching the display. Water lock prevents that. Swipe up from the bottom of the display and touch the water drop icon. When you are done with your swim, turn the crown quickly. The speaker will push water out of the case (seriously, it does) and you can again navigate the watch menu.
No, it does not. However, there are a couple of good 3rd-party apps you can inexpensively buy (and oNo, it does not. However, there are a couple of good 3rd-party apps you can inexpensively buy (and own - not a subscription) that do. Check out Macworld's forum to see a review on Pillow and Auto Sleep's apps (I guess I can't put a web address in here).
Also note that most people charge their Watch at night, so consider that in tracking sleep (although the review addresses that, as well).
Apple Watch Series 3 has a water resistance rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010. This means that it may be used for shallow-water activities like swimming in a pool or ocean. However, Apple Watch Series 3 should not be used for scuba diving, waterskiing, or other activities involving high-velocity water or submersion below shallow depth.
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