Exploring Apple Watch Messages, Faces and Digital Touch

It will not be long before people finally get their hands on the new Apple Watch, and as a way for Apple to prepare people for such a new device they have decided to offer up a selection of how-to videos just like they did when the original iPhone came out back in 2007.

There are four videos in all, with the first being a guided tour, followed by details on Messages, Faces and Digital Touch work. However, there are another seven of these videos to come, although Apple has yet to detail when thy will go live.

These next Apple Watch videos will help to better explain Phone Calls, Siri, Maps, Music, Apple Pay, Activity and Workout. While you wait for those new ones we have embedded the other four for you below, so should help pass about 10 minutes.

Apple Watch guided tour

In these videos they should help answer any questions you may have, well on those given subjects at least. We have to say, they are very informative, and so please spend the time watching them, as you will not be disappointed.

If you do take the time watching them, then you will be an expert in the Apple Watch features even before you get it. Having said that, there is still nothing better than getting a new device and exploring many of its functions, and we sure this will be the same once you have the Apple Watch safely on your wrists.

We do find it funny that the first generation Apple Watch has yet to be released, and there is already talk of the 2nd and 3rd models.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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