How to change the face of Apple Watch by sliding it sideways?

We analyze in detail the use of one of the newest functions coming to Apple Watch.

Everything you need to know about the new function to swap faces on Apple Watch

Apple continues to improve the features of its smart watches day by day. Apple Watch continues its development at both hardware and software levels. In fact, the Californian company has officially launched watchOS 10.2 with a host of highly relevant new features that elevate the Apple Watch to stratospheric levels in terms of competition.

One of the most interesting new features of the watchOS 10.2 software update lies in the introduction of a new on-screen touch gesture. Change Apple Watch faces more easily simply slide it sideways.

Below we explain how to enable this function to change the dials of the Apple Watch and how it works.

How to enable the function of switching dials with touch gestures

Apple Watch

A simple touch gesture will be enough to switch between spheres

Apple Watch lets you change default faces keeping your finger down above them and right after that they select another sphere. However, watchOS 10.2 includes a new option that is much more useful for most users.

The watchOS 10.2 feature provides: switch between spheres by swiping left or right from the edge of the screendepending on which sphere you want to choose.

To enable swipe-changing faces on Apple Watch with watchOS 10.2, follow these instructions:

  • Open app Settings on your Apple Watch.
  • Then access the section Hour.
  • Finally enable the function change spheres by swiping with touching movements.

There is no doubt that this is a really useful and useful feature. It is much more comfortable and also Apple continues to keep both options available to switch between spheres. So each user can choose which method they prefer. Thanks Apple!

Apple Watch models compatible with watchOS 10.2

These are all Apple Watch models that are compatible with the watchOS 10.2 software version and can therefore enable the face swapping function.

  • Apple Watch Series 4.
  • Apple Watch Series 5.
  • Apple Watch SE.
  • Apple Watch Series 6.
  • Apple Watch Series 7.
  • Apple Watch Series 8.
  • Apple Watch Series 9.
  • Apple Watch SE2.
  • Apple WatchUltra.
  • Apple Watch Ultra2.

watchOS 10.2 also gave Siri access to Health data; however, this functionality remains exclusive to the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 models, as they are the only Apple watches with sufficient performance capacity to handle these Homeworks.

Source: i Padizate

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I am Mary White, a news website author and a writer at Gadget Onus with an extensive experience in the world of wearables. I am passionate about discovering the latest technology trends and writing engaging content to keep readers informed.


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