What Can Apple Watch Do?

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The Apple Watch is Pretty Ah-Mazing

The Apple Watch allows you to answer your calls on Speakerphone. It comes in handy when you are busy on a project or are busy with writing your blog or doing a yoga routine. If you upgrade to the Apple Watch LTE or higher you can make calls without your iPhone nearby.

Even if you have no iPhone, WiFi, or cellular connection, you can still use the following Apple Watch features:

  • Check News
  • Browse Etsy
  • Track your sleep
  • Listen to music
  • GPS directions
  • Connect to your car
  • Listen to podcasts
  • Use as a flashlight
  • Record a voice memo
  • Monitor safe hearing levels
  • Open your garage door
  • Track skiing and snowboarding
  • Control your smart home
  • Check heart rate (all models)

Apple Watches are Versatile

Apple watches are more than just a miniaturized iPhone. Although they cannot cook or wash dishes, yet, they can do cool things. It becomes an amazing tool to help you get through the day, save money, make money, lose weight, get in shape, and lots more.

Apple Watches are Durable

The Apple Watch 8 features a durable design and is swim-proof, dust-proof and crack-resistant. This watch has a number of health-tracking features, including an optical heart sensor, electrical heart sensor for ECG, blood oxygen sensor and a new body temperature sensor.

Apple are Not Rolling Out in 2023

Apple is not planning on rolling out any major updates for its iPad, AirPods, Apple TV, or AppleWatch product lines in 2023. With all-day 18-hour battery life, Apple Watch 8 series builds on state-of-the-art health and safety features like:

  • ECG app
  • Fall detection
  • Temperature-sensing capabilities
  • Retrospective ovulation estimates
  • Crash detection
  • International roaming

Are Apple Watches cool or what ya’ll?

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Recent Comments


I’m not a fan of the watch really! Nothing against Apple cuz I do love ❤️ my Apple to the moon! Yes I do!

But for me a watch on my wrist is super annoying. I’ve tried it twice before but nope it didn’t do enough for me to get past my annoyance haha!

And I’ve never been motivated by knowing all the fitness numbers. Steps and other info. That’s just knowledge I don’t care for as it doesn’t motivate me Lol

If I’m working out in the gym I just nab my heartbeat rate off one of the machines. Just saying for me, myself and I having my phone with me and its huge screen is more useful.

My first Apple Watch I had for about a month and gave it to my daughter. Works perfect for her as she is in the medical field and uses it very frequently! She had it for years and just recently upgraded to the SE. as for the second one I had. That I bought 4 different stylish bands for… I returned it and them all after about a week! Lol

I tried! Couldn’t do it! Just not my thang I guess! But glad it works for others. They are pretty amazing pieces of tech! Which I understand they’re working on the capability to read a persons blood ???? sugar levels. When and if that tech gets better. I’ll probably be TRYING it again! Which my husband would say… maybe 3rd times a charm! Lol

Clock… 🤘🏻 rock on! 😎

Hi, Rachele

I have an Apple Watch series 8 and I like it quite a bit. It lets me walk around anywhere without my iPhone and still get all my messages, texts, etc. I have it programmed in silent mode for the times I typically play music and sleep. I’ll give you quite a bit of info regarding sleep patterns.

The watch is definitely most useful for athletic endeavors. I use it to gather info when we walk, but apps are available for virtually any activity. Apple makes an “Ultra” model, which is built super sturdy for extreme sports, etc.

I know one of the developers for the Apple Watch. He came home for a Halloween party we attended and was very secretive about what they have planned. I told him they need to change their mathematical model for the EKG rhythm strip from a lead three to a lead two to make it easier for physicians to identify P waves.

Additionally, I know they’re doing R&D on a blood pressure detector. They’re aiming for a reliable prototype within the next two years.

Remembering to charge the watch every day can be challenging, but it’s the first thing I do every morning when I walk into my music studio. It typically takes less than one hour for a full charge.

I sounds like I promote Apple products but I do not.

I used to wear my dad’s antique “wind up” watch that he got for a high school graduation present. I still wear it for special occasions. I open it every few years to clean it and it still keeps pretty good time.

I’m not a big “timekeeper,” like my wife, but she is much more organized. She’s a Rolex girl and isn’t interested in the Apple Watch. We do everything together, so she really doesn’t need one.

Frank 😎🎸

Thanks, Frank

Great Masterclass content.
I'll keep this post for a reference for when I get my Apple Watch 8.


Haha, You’re Welcome, Rachele! 😎

Frank 🎸

Hi Rachele,
A nice and useful watch, maybe one day on my hand.

Slavka 👋 😘

Thanks, Slavka
They are pretty cool.


Hi Rachele,

The technology that they have come out with is amazing, however, I have no personal knowledge of the Apple Watch.

Have a wonderful day!


Will do, my friend.
I learned about the Apple Watch from a distant friend.
She was having a conversation with her daughter.

Pretty cool


They are great for ECG reading Rachele and checking HR. Far better than Fitbit watches.


You have a point, Paul.
Apple Watch is up a couple of notches.


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