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Voiceover

It’s 1:28 PM.


Douglas Walker

And I’ll flick up our screen with two fingers into our settings.


Voiceover

Settings. Connected.


Douglas Walker

Okay, the first glance that we encounter of course, like we said, is going to be our settings glance here, and this glance will have some of our most frequently used settings. Now the first item in our settings glance is a notification. That let’s us know if our Apple Watch is connected with our iPhone and as we heard, voiceover announced our watch is currently connected to our iPhone, so let’s just right flick through the settings glance to see the types of settings that we actually have control of here. Okay, so we’ll get back up and we’ll right flick again.


Voiceover

Connected.


Douglas Walker

And we’ll just right flick.


Voiceover

Airplane mode. Switch button. Off. Double tap to toggle setting. Swipe up or down to select a custom action, then double tap to activate.


Douglas Walker

Okay. Now this should look very familiar, because we’ll see the same airplane mode button in our control enter on our iPhone, and we could actually just single finger double tap to turn it on right here, and that’s pretty great.


Okay. We also heard voiceover announce to swipe up or down to select a custom action, and then we could just single finger double tap to activate it. Well, this is actually our second way that we have to move between our glances. If we were to flick down with one finger, Voiceover would announce next glance, and then we would just be able to single finger double tap to our next glance, and of course if we flicked up, Voiceover would say previous glance and you guessed it, we would just single finger double tap to move to our previous glance. Now, I kind of prefer using my two-finger flick to the left and right, but it’s always nice to have choices here.
All right, so let’s continue through our settings glance. And then we’ll move through a couple of our glances to check out exactly how all of this works. Okay, so our watch has fallen asleep again, so how about we just wake it up and get back to our glances? So we’ll just tap our screen here.
Voiceover

It’s 1:30 PM.


Douglas Walker

Flick up to get back to our settings glance. And we’ll move on past our airplane mode here.


Voiceover

Do not disturb. Switch button. Off.


Douglas Walker

Okay, there’s our airplane mode.


Voiceover

Toggle setting. Swipe up or down to select a custom action, then double tap to activate.


Douglas Walker

Okay, and there is our do not disturb, which is really great. Now, in our Apple Watch app settings, we have the ability to set our Apple Watch to mirror our iPhone, so this means that when we turn on our do not disturb on, our watch that it automatically turns it on on our iPhone, so you know, you can see what a great feature that would be if you wanted a mute or turn that do not disturb on at the same time. Okay, so let’s just right flick from here, so we’ll wake it back up here.


Voiceover

Connected. Airplane mode.


Douglas Walker

We’ll pass through our do not disturb here.


Voiceover

Mute. Switch button. Off.


Douglas Walker

Okay, so here.


Voiceover

Double tap to toggle setting. Swipe up or down to select a custom action, then double tap to activate.


Douglas Walker

Siri loves, I mean, our watch loves to give all those hints. Okay, so here is our mute button. Now this is kind of nice if we wanted to mute all of our watch’s sounds. You know, this might be handy if we’re maybe in a meeting or maybe we’re at the movies. Now we’re all still, we’re going to feel all of our vibrations, or what Apple likes to call those tactic, or haptic feedback on our wrists. But all of our sounds, of course, are going to be muted. All right, so let’s check out our next item in our settings glance. So we will just right flick to it, of course, after we wake everything up again.


Voiceover

Connected.


Douglas Walker

We’ll flick past our mute button here.


Voiceover

Ping iPhone. Switch button. Off. Double tap to toggle setting. Swipe up or down to select a custom action, then double tap to activate.


Douglas Walker

Those hints always make me smile to hear, okay. So here we have our ping iPhone button, and I have actually used this feature a few times lately. If we activate this button, our iPhone will make a pinging sound. So maybe if it’s misplaced itself somewhere, we can actually find it. How great is that, right? And useful. All right. Okay, so how about we see how this works? We’ll just wake it up and we’ll single finger double tap to activate that ping button, so.


Voiceover

Connected.


Douglas Walker

Let me find the ping button here. There it is. And I’ll single finger double tap on it.


Voiceover

Double tap to tog—on.


Douglas Walker

And we’ll wake up the—[pinging noise] there you go. And got the iPhone pinging there. That’s pretty great. And it’s really useful, too, right? Okay, so we have one more item in our settings glance, and this is actually our third way of moving through our glances. This last item is an adjustable bar. So how about we just right flick to it to check it out, so we’ll wake our watch up here.


Voiceover

Connected.


Douglas Walker

And we’ll flick to it real quick. At the very bottom of our screen. Oh, that was it, actually, hang on.


Voiceover

Page 1 of 8


Douglas Walker

There it is.


Voiceover

Adjustable. Swipe up or down with one finger to adjust the value.


Douglas Walker

Okay, sorry about all that flicking, but here we are finally, on the adjustable bar at the bottom of our screen, and we heard voiceover announce that we’re on page 1 of 8. So we know that we have eight pages or glances that we need to move between or that we can move between. We also heard that we’re able to swipe up or down with one finger to be able to adjust the value. This means that if we flicked up with one finger, we’ll move forward through our glances, and if we flick down, of course, we will move backwards through our glances or our pages here.


Okay, so let’s, now that we know all the different ways of moving through this, and we flicked to our first glance, how about we check out how to move by using all these different gestures here? In order to move between these glances. Now, we’ll first use our two-finger flick to the left to move to our second glance here, so let’s give it a try. We’ll just wake up our watch and flick to the left. We have two fingers here, so we’ll just touch.
Voiceover

It’s 1:35 PM.


Douglas Walker

And there’s Mickey, so we’ll just flick up to open our glance settings.


Voiceover

Connected.


Douglas Walker

And then we’ll just flick to the left with two fingers to move to our next glance here. All right.


Voiceover

Eighteen seconds.


Douglas Walker

Okay. And now we’re on our now playing glance, and that’ 18 seconds is actually how far I am into this song, because this is actually our player, and we also heard voiceover announce page two of eight there. Now, our now playing glance, like I said is actually a glance that we’ll use to control our music player on our iPhone, and I’ve actually used this quite a bit, as well. Because for the sake of time, we aren’t going to flick through all these screens of all of our glances here, but all we would have to do to get through them is just to right flick through them or left flick through them to completely check them out. All right, so how abut we move to our next glance? We’ll just touch our screen again, and we’re going to listen for this hint this time, and then we’ll just touch here, so we’ll just…


Voiceover

It’s 1:36 PM.


Douglas Walker

Back to our glances by flicking up.


Voiceover

Now playing.


Douglas Walker

It’s also good to know that it takes us to the last glance that we were in, too. So I’m going to touch here in the center.


Voiceover

Play button.


Douglas Walker

Got the play button there.


Voiceover

Swipe up or down to select a custom action, then double tap to activate.


Douglas Walker

Okay, so voiceover told us that we can swipe up or down, and we can just perform a single finger double tap. So let’s do that. We’ll just flick down here.


Voiceover

Next glance.


Douglas Walker

Okay. So voiceover announced next glance, so to move to our next glance, all we need to do is do a single finger double tap, so we’ll do just that, we’ll just single finger double tap.


Voiceover

60% battery remaining.


Douglas Walker

Oaky. So here we are on our battery level indicator glance. Now if we had wanted to move to our previous glance, we would’ve just flicked up and to hear voiceover announce previous glance. And then of course, we would have just done another single finger double tap to move to our previous glance there. All right, so let’s check out our third and final gesture for moving between glances. So we’ll just wake up our watch here and then we’ll just flick to the right to get to the bottom of our battery indicator glance here, and we’ll find this adjustable bar, so we’ll just wake up our watch.


Voiceover

60% battery remaining.


Douglas Walker

And we’ll just right flick down to this adjustable bar at the bottom. And we’ll flick again.


Voiceover

Page 3 of 8. Adjustable. Swipe up or down with one finger to adjust the value.


Douglas Walker

Okay. And as we heard, we can just flick up or down to move between our glances, so how about we just flick up to move to our next glance, and we’ll just flick up.


Voiceover

Page 4 of 8.


Douglas Walker

All right, super, and here we are on our weather glance. Let me touch it to make sure here.


Voiceover

55 degrees. Swipe up or down to select a custom action, then double tap to activate.


Douglas Walker

Okay, and as you can see, we are on our weather glance, and we can start getting those hints again if we touch the screen. You know, it really is great that we are given so many choices for being able to move between all of our gestures here. Now, like I said earlier, I tend to use the two-finger flick to the left or to the right to move through all of these glances. Just simply because it seems to be what works fastest for me. However, hey, I am all about some choices here, right?


Oaky, so it’s pretty easy to see how our glances will be something that we check out pretty often. Now, it’s important to know that we’re able to control exactly which of our glances that we want to appear on our watch, and plus, we also have the ability to control the order in which these glances are presented on our watch, as well, and we can do this right from within our Apple Watch app on our iPhone. So that is really great.
Okay, so that pretty much covers how to interact with all aspects of our watch’s face here. So how about we check out a couple of the buttons on our watch? And we’ll see exactly what they can do for us, as well. Okay, so we’ve mentioned our digital crown several times in today’s seminar. Now we’ll find our digital crown on the right hand side of our watch and towards the top of our screen here. Okay, our digital crown looks very much like a stem on a standard watch. It’s one like we would use maybe to adjust the watch’s time and as we mentioned earlier, our digital crown functions very much like our home button does on our iPhone, so how about we take a look at the different ways that we’re able to actually use our digital crown?
Okay, as we mentioned earlier in today’s seminar, pressing our digital crown once will wake up our watch, or if we happen to have it awake already, and happen to have an application open, it will lose it and it’ll take us back to our home screen here. Now, if our watch is already awake again and we press our digital crown, we will be taken to our app home screen. Now, this is very much like the home screen on our iPhone. All of our app icons will all be laid out and presented to us there. And we have the ability, just like our iPhone to left and right flick through the screen to move between our apps.
All right, and also just like our iPhone, once we find the app we want, of course, all we got to do is single finger double tap to open it, so how about we take a look at how that works. We have to wake our watch and then we’ll just press our digital crown once. So we’ll just touch our watch face here, wake it up.
Voiceover

It’s 1:41 PM.


Douglas Walker

And then we’ll just tap our digital crown once.


Voiceover

Home. Clock.


Douglas Walker

Okay. We’ve been placed on our clock app, and activating this, of course, would just take us right back to our clock or our watch face, so let’s just right flick a few times to check out this home screen, and we’ll just right flick.


Voiceover

Settings.


Douglas Walker

There’s our settings app.


Voiceover

Passbook.


Douglas Walker

Right flick again, there’s passbook, so I’ll right flick again.


Voiceover

Yelp.
Douglas Walker

Yelp.
Voiceover

Zillow.
Douglas Walker

There’s Zillow, so let’s right flick.
Voiceover

Workout.
Douglas Walker

That’s my workout app, so let’s left flick back to settings here. Good one to look at here.
Voiceover

Passbook. Settings.


Douglas Walker

And there’s our settings app. And so how about we just single finger double tap and open up our watch’s settings, and so we’ll do just that. We’ll single finger double tap.


Voiceover

Mute. Switch button. Off.


Douglas Walker

All right. So there we are. Hang on, let me make sure we’re in settings.


Voiceover

Settings.


Douglas Walker

And single finger double tap on it again here.


Voiceover

Settings. Sounds and haptics. Back button.


Douglas Walker

Okay, so we’re actually in one of the areas within our app, within our settings here. So this is kind of cool, ‘cause our settings app is open, so this is, we could, this is a good place that we would use our scrub gesture maybe to move back. There’s always going to be a back button in the top left hand corner there. We could interact with that scrub gesture, and then we wake it back up here.


Voiceover

Sounds and haptics. Back button.


Douglas Walker

I could just scrub and that would move me as you’ve heard back to our settings list here. So that’s really handy. All right, now we could just like our iPhone settings, we could just right flick, I’ll right flick.


Voiceover

Time.
Douglas Walker

There’s our time.
Voiceover

Airplane mode.


Douglas Walker

There’s airplane mode in our settings on our watch.


Voiceover

Bluetooth.



Douglas Walker

There’s our Bluetooth settings, and that’s actually how I’m going through my mixer, I’m going through a Bluetooth device there to run us through the mixer so you can hear the watch. All right, so right here on our watch, all right, it’s really just, a right and left flick through this to peruse through this. All right, so you can see our digital crown really does function much like the home button on our iPhone. Right, so pressing our digital crown twice will take us back to our last open application, and goodness, since our watch has fallen asleep, when we wake it again, we’ll no longer be in our settings app, so we can simply just double press our digital crown and since our settings was our last open application, we’ll be taken right back to it, so how about we try that? We just wake our watch, and then we’ll just press our digital crown twice. So let’s do that. We’ll just wake our watch here.


Voiceover

4 PM.
Douglas Walker

And then we’ll just press our digital crown twice.
Voiceover

Settings.



Douglas Walker

And there we go. Now pressing the digital crown twice is something I use a lot. I really do like the way it takes us right back to our last open application, so if we were in our weather app or any of our apps, it would take us right back to it, just like our iPhone. All right, so just like our iPhone, triple tapping our digital crown will toggle on or off whatever we set for our accessibility shortcut settings in our Apple Watch app. So this is really a quick way to be able to toggle on and off either voiceover or zoom. Okay, so let’s see how that works. We will just wake our watch and then we’ll triple press our digital crown, it’s like triple tapping our home button. We’ll triple press our digital crown here, so let me go ahead and wake our watch.


Voiceover

45 PM.
Douglas Walker

All right, and then we’ll triple tap our digital crown here.
Voiceover

Voiceover off.


Douglas Walker

And voiceover is now gone, right? You know, it really is nice to have all of our gestures, and the way all of our buttons function, it’s great having them kept so consistent across our iPhone and our Apple Watch. That really is nice. Okay, so let’s move on. First things first. It’s probably a good idea that we turn voiceover back on, right, so let’s do that. We’ll just triple press our digital crown.


Voiceover

Voiceover on.


Douglas Walker

All right.


Voiceover

Clock face. It’s 1:46 PM.


Douglas Walker

All right. Ah, we’re back in action now. All right, so well, let’s move on. Our digital crown has one more feature, and aside from allowing us to get to all of our apps, this is the feature I tend to use my digital crown for the most, and if we press and hold our digital crown, we activate our old friend Siri. Yes, we love Siri. Well, most of the time anyway, right? I actually love having access to Siri right from my watch. I am constantly using Siri to set up things like reminders or calendar events or timers and I have even used Siri to place a phone call, which is really great. You know, I’ve always used, also used it to give walking directions right from my watch, which is really nice. I am just a huge fan of Siri here.


Now, the last way that we’re able to use our digital crown is to use what Apple calls crown navigation. Now we’ll need to turn on crown navigation by performing a two finger triple tap on our watch face, so first how about we turn on crown navigation? And then we’ll see how it all works, so we’ll just wake our screen and we’ll just tap our screen with the twice with three fingers here, or three times with two fingers here, so I just got a notification there, so we’ll have to dismiss that.
Voiceover

Leo Bissenet.


Douglas Walker

I actually got an email right there, thanks Leo. I’ll look at that later. All right, so let’s turn on Crown navigation by doing a two-finger triple tap here.


Voiceover

Crown navigation on.


Douglas Walker

Okay, great. Now that our crown navigation is turned on, we’re able to simply just turn our digital crown to move between the items on our screen here, and we can do this. Now, instead of having to left and right flick between them, all we have to do is turn this crown navigation here. So how about let’s give it a try?


Now I have found that the easiest way to use my digital crown is just to place my index finger on top of it and sort of roll it and put it up and pull it down here. It really does have a really nice smooth action here, and it’s very, very easy to turn. All right, so we have our digital crown turned on, so how about we just wake our watch, and use our digital crown to move through our watch face items. So we’ll do just that. We’ll wake our watch by touching it.
Voiceover

49 PM.
Douglas Walker

Okay, and we’ll push up with our finger just make sure it’s on the top.
Voiceover

It’s 1:49 PM.


Douglas Walker

So we’ll just push our digital crown up.


Voiceover

55 degrees.


Douglas Walker

Okay.
Voiceover

Double tap to open weather.
Douglas Walker

And there’s our weather that we saw earlier, so I’ll push the digital crown up again.


Voiceover

Unread notifications.


Douglas Walker

Roll it up.


Voiceover

Status bar item.


Douglas Walker

Notifications, now we have notifications, and we have a little indicator there. So I’ll roll it up again. Ooh. A little too far.


Voiceover

Unread notifications. Status bar. 57% battery power.



Douglas Walker

Okay, and if I push it up again, I get that top of list indicator that you just heard and I’ll push it again even, just so I can roll it towards me now and towards the bottom of the screen.


Voiceover

Next event. No more events.


Douglas Walker

Oaky, I don’t have any more events, like you saw earlier. So I’ll just roll it a little further and you see there’s the bottom of the screen there. You know, it really is as easy as that. Now, I have found using crown navigation to be very useful, especially when moving through a list of items, like maybe an email list or maybe our settings list that we saw earlier. Or even though moving through the apps that we were flicking through on our home screen earlier. Just remember that we’re able to toggle off our crown navigation again by using that same two-finger triple tap gesture tht we did earlier to turn it on.


Okay, so that’s pretty much covers all the functions of our digital crown. So how about we take a look at a very last way that we’re able to interact with our watch? And this is through the use of our communications button. Now, on the right hand side of our watch and just below our digital crown, we will find our communications button here.
Okay, it’s shaped a bit like an oval, and just like our digital crown, our communications button will perform several different functions and it all depends on the number of times, of curse, we press it. If we press our communications button once or tap it once there, we’ll bring up our friends menu. Now, initially, our friends that are listed in our friends menu will be imported from our favorites list in our iPhone’s phone app. Now we’re only to have able to have like 12 friends here, and of course we can change who appears on our phone list by using our Apple Watch app again on our iPhones. So how about we take a look at how our friends feature works here. We’ll just wake our watch and we’ll just push our communication button once. So we’ll wake our watch here by touching the screen.
Voiceover

It’s 1:52 PM.


Douglas Walker

And we’ll just press our communications button once here.


Voiceover

Friends. Kim.




Douglas Walker

And there’s Kim again. All right, so now that we’re in our friends list, were able to just right or left flick to move through our friends, so let’s just right and left flick a few times to see what this looks like. So we’ll right flick.

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