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Here's how to change the time on your Apple Watch

Users can set their Apple Watch to use the old wristwatch trick to tell the time in the future, so you’re on time even if you arrive late.

naturally , Apple Watch It keeps the time by itself and never needs to be wound, but Apple makes it possible to change the time shown on the face. This can be a useful feature when trying to avoid scheduling delays, or building into a buffer of a few minutes or more to allow for poor traffic conditions or other delays.

The first wristwatches simply showed the time of day and nothing more. However, this functionality has grown with the advancement of technology. The date was soon added, along with stopwatches that could measure hundreds of seconds, timers, and alarms. Today, all of those features pale in comparison to the powerful features and apps that make the Apple Watch so much more than just a timekeeper.

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With all the advanced technology of the Apple Watch, it’s still great to lift the wrist to see the exact time of day. A common productivity trick is to set the future time so that there is more time available than is apparent when checking if it’s time to get ready for a meeting. Although the Apple Watch synchronizes its time with the paired iPhone watch, Apple provides a way to set the future time manually. The user has to scroll down and tap on Clock options in the Settings app. After clicking +0 minutes, the Digital Crown can be rotated to change the time. A plus sign will appear on the screen followed by the number of minutes users add to the actual time. After clicking on the “Set” button, the time that appears on the face will be preset.

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After you set your Apple Watch forward, the face will show a time a few minutes or more ahead of the actual time. Any alarms set will still use the exact time that is obtained from the Internet Time Server and synced from your paired iPhone. Likewise, any time-based notifications and reminders will use real time. The world clock app will also display the current time and real time, rather than the user-modified time.

Clock app also has clock chime options, with classic bell tones or bird tweets. Tactile vibrations will accompany the resonance as well. The Apple Watch can also speak the time or buzz using a smart feature called Taptic Time, which lets you tell the time of day by feeling the clock or tapping the wrist every quarter hour. This eliminates the need to look at the clock or listen to the chimes. As a result, the Apple Watch It is a useful smartwatch and versatile timer.

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Source: Apple

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