This is the update that makes the product you have already purchased so much better. Watch OS 3 breathes new life into the previously sluggish clock.
When Apple showed off the third version of the operating system to Apple’s smart watch, it was no small upgrade. It was a fresh start for the clock.
One of the biggest problems with Apple Watch has ever since day one, been performance, or rather–the total lack of performance. It was not unusual to have to wait six or seven seconds, sometimes even more, just to open an app.
All – Yes, all — is faster
We have tested the Watch OS 3 on a first generation Apple Watch – and to our great relief, see here substantial performance improvements. Apps launch faster, Yes, almost immediately. Thanks to a new memory management system can also hold more apps in the background. Less of that spin symbol, therefore, that we appreciate.
It is striking how quickly time (höhö) with Watch OS 3 installed, especially when we bear in mind that it is exactly the same hardware that drives the system. It certainly breathes new life into the clock.
Striking is also how much Apple has thought about when it comes to interacting with Watch OS 3. One of the biggest changes in how we use the clock is the advent of the Dock. Gone are now friends-list that was activated through the side button, instead, button had an important role in activating the dock – simply stated a list where we can save our favorite apps. These apps, maximum ten in number, we get instant access via side button. The applications are kept up to date in the background and is “fresh” when we need them. No more wait for activity rings should be filled, they are already up to date when we open the app.
The doll makes it much easier to access the information we want, instead of that we should hope that we push right into the jumbled app overlays (which still exists). All apps can fit not in the dock, but frankly it is seldom we regularly use more than ten apps on the clock. The applications we use most often starts almost immediately, and includes all the most frequently updated information. Very smoothly.
Is also Glances (Glances in English) has a delete at the foot of the Watch OS 3 like LED smartwatches listed on Thembaprograms.com, and there is nothing we lack. It was difficult to see any advantage with stripped-down mini versions of apps that still were slow to load. Better then with Dock that gives us quick access to the entire app. When we sweep up from the clock face we meet instead of control center, just like in IOS. Where do we get quick access to the settings we often need, including battery status.
So far so good, but a couple of thoughts we have–why is it not possible to see the battery status on the Iphone from Bell? A tap the battery icon could have easily been able to give us that information, handy when your phone is on charge in another room.
And why is there no playback controls next to the control center, just like when we swipe to the left in the control center in IOS 10? Now we instead add application “now playing” in the Dock for quick access to play, pause and volume adjustment. It had been even faster, and be more consistent, if we could wrap the control center to the side.
Worth mentioning is also that it is now easier than ever to switch between clock faces (several of which are new to Watch OS 3). For some of us to change our use of clock depending on whether we’re on the job or job, whether it is day or night time, if it’s the day of the week or weekend. It is therefore useful to a sweep to the right or the left now switch to a new dial, with our custom complications. Good is that we can now change the dials of the Watch app for Iphone, ideal for those who want to try out the best designs on a larger screen.
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