The Digital Crown is Apple’s answer to the crown found on mechanical watches. This function of the Digital Crown allows the user to zoom and scroll without having to pinch, swipe or otherwise obstruct the Apple Watch display.
Turn the Digital Crown on the side of your Apple Watch until the display says Unlocked. You can rotate the Digital Crown in either direction. A series of tones plays to clear any water that remains in the speaker, and then you can use your display as usual.
Raise your wrist. Your Apple Watch sleeps again when you lower your wrist. Tap the display or press the Digital Crown . Turn the Digital Crown upward.
Perhaps the most noticeable of the Apple Watch’s interaction options, the Digital Crown is a physical dial that you can spin to scroll, press once, or press and hold to activate a number of different features.
Showering with Apple Watch Series 2 and newer is ok, but we recommend not exposing Apple Watch to soaps, shampoos, conditioners, lotions, and perfumes as they can negatively affect water seals and acoustic membranes. Exposing Apple Watch to soap or soapy water (for example, while showering or bathing).
If the Digital Crown gets stuck or won’t move, check for debris and wipe down your Apple Watch . Turn off your Apple Watch and remove it from the charger. If you have a leather band, remove it from your Apple Watch . Hold the Digital Crown under lightly running, warm, fresh water from a faucet for 10 to 15 seconds. 3 дня назад
Open the Workout app. Scroll to Pool Swim or Open Water Swim . For Pool Swim , turn the Digital Crown to set the pool length. This helps your Apple Watch accurately measure your laps and distance.
When you start a swimming workout, your Apple Watch automatically locks the screen with Water Lock to avoid accidental taps. When you’re done, turn the Digital Crown to unlock the screen and clear any water from your Apple Watch. You hear sounds and may feel some water on your wrist.
No – Apple Watch Series 2 remains equally water resistant regardless of whether or not Water Lock is turned on. Swipe up from the bottom of the watch face to open Control Center > tap on Water Lock to lock the screen. When finished: turn the Digital Crown to unlock the screen and to clear water from the speaker.
The water drop icon on your Apple Watch means that the Water Lock feature has been enabled. Water Lock locks your watch’s screen so that you can swim or shower without turning it on, or tapping anything inadvertently.
Side button: This flat oval button is located underneath the Digital Crown. Press it to see the Dock (a list of recently used apps ), double press it to use Apple Pay, and press and hold the button to turn your Watch on or off or make an emergency phone call.
Always On is turned on by default on Apple Watch Series 5 and Series 6. In this mode, the time is always visible, along with your watch face or the most recent active app. To preserve battery life, the display dims when your wrist is down, or by a quick gesture of covering the display with your hand.
Complications are one of the ways you can customize your Apple Watch face (in addition to choosing from a multitude of designs and colors). Complications display information from apps and can be directly added to Watch faces. Some basic examples include the date, weather, and battery life.
After engaging Water Lock, keep rotating the Digital Crown (the round button on the side), causing the coloured circle to grow larger, until your Apple Watch unlocks.
There are actually two types of keyboard inside the app: Full and Precise. Since Apple Watch is so small, this keyboard works along with predictions and suggestions to enhance the message you’re typing. Surprisingly, it works very well and it’s my favorite method.