You need an iPhone (iPhone 5 or newer) to configure it. Once set up, it's marginally useful. It can still do quite a few things by connecting to a known wifi network (one to which you've connected your phone, as the phone copies network details to the watch).I am thinking about one. How useful is it , not connected to an IPhone?
This one. 🏽Indeed, I've had the Apple Watch for a few weeks now, and my only complaint is that it sometimes makes me feel that my Mechanical Watch Collection is kinda pointless.
I charge mine in the evening, after showering, while my wife and I sit down for dessert and TV. Others have said they charge it for a bit while they get ready for bed and then again in the morning.For those who use the AW as a morning alarm that 'taps' your wrist, when do you charge it--as it's worn while you sleep?
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It needs only three hours to go from 0% to 100%. And depending on the day, I’m usually between 20% to 60% at the end of the day. I charge it when washing the dishes or when showering.For those who use the AW as a morning alarm that 'taps' your wrist, when do you charge it--as it's worn while you sleep?
Many suggestions to get the 42mm.Ordered my 42mm on stainless the day it was released and have found it almost indispensable, I try wearing my other watches, they look better but they just don't perform.
There is one thing that I find a tad annoying and you would think that in the year 2016 with the technological advancements that we have, someone would have though how to make the day/date visible when the minute or hour hand is near the 3.00 mark. skeletal hands?, auto shift the day date, cut out the hands around the day/date, something, anything, oh I know, you can always use 'time travel'.