Apple releases six new how-to videos for its Apple Watch 4

Apple Watch is one of the best smartwatches on the market. Apple Watch gets big improvements every year when the Cupertino firm releases new models. This year, Apple unveiled the fourth generation Apple Watch after months of anticipation. The Apple Watch 4 is a significant upgrade over the series with a bigger screen, redesigned digital crown, and innovative health features.

The Apple Watch 4 is expected to help Apple retain its number one position on the market. In reality, the Cupertino firm now dominates the smartwatch market with over 50 market share. Reports claim that the Apple Watch with LTE is now the best-selling smartwatch on the market. In the second quarter of 2018, Apple shipped more than 5 million smartwatches, beating Samsung and Fitbit.

The latest version of the Apple Watch received a wide welcome upon release, with praise directed at its exciting features and improved design. The Apple Watch 4 was released to the public in September, meaning that it has been in hands of the community for nearly three months. However, Apple regularly releases new how-to videos for its new smartwatch to make sure you get the most out of your new watch.

Apple today shared six new tutorial videos for Apple Watch 4 on its YouTube channel. The first video shows you the steps on how to locate your iPhone using Apple Watch, while the second one walks you through the steps to customize your watch face. The sixth video shows how to stream Apple Music tracks to your Apple Watch. One of the biggest features coming to the Apple Watch 4 lies in the ability to take an ECG. In reality, the Apple Watch 4 is among the first wearables with an ECG on the market. The new feature allows users to get a detailed picture of their heart rhythm. To take an ECG, you simply open the ECG app and place your finger on the digital crown.

The Digital Crown has been redesigned so it now includes haptic feedback, allowing you to quickly scroll through your items in apps like Podcasts or News. Under the hood, the new watch is powered by the S4 chip, thus offering an excellent performance.

Don’t forget to share with us how your experience has been so far with your new Apple Watch in the comments below.

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