Apple publishes Apple Watch tutorial videos covering Walkie-Talkie, locating iPhone, more
Apple on Monday posted a series of tutorial videos to its main YouTube channel, teaching new and prospective Apple Watch users how to customize watch faces, enable Walkie-Talkie communication, remotely locate a paired iPhone and more.
Like past "how to" videos, each of the six informational shorts published today present step-by-step instructions for performing a range of Apple Watch functions.
The first video describes how to use Control Center on your Apple Watch to find your iPhone.
A second video walks users through using the new Walkie Talkie feature that debuted with watchOS 5.
A third video demonstrates streaming Apple Music directly to Apple Watch.
Video four shows how to customize workout metrics, displaying what you want and which order.
In the fifth video, Apple shows how to find your Activity rings and what each represents — movement in calories, workout time and standing hours.
In the last video, Apple highlights new watch faces and demonstrates how users can change and customize them with complications.
Apple has been ramping up its YouTube game of late, posting a variety of advertisements, short films shot on iPhone and short tutorials. The latter category typically involves new features released as part of major updates, though the how-to's can sometimes pop up a couple months later.