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How to add and change watchfaces on your Apple Watch

[2019-10-26 09:00:00]

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Decorative and functional watchfaces are a signature feature of the Apple Watch. It’s pretty easy to select one and tweak their appearance. In fact, you can do it either from the Watch itself or on your iPhone. And if you’re tired of your current choices, you can always add a new one. On your iPhone To switch to a previously installed watchface: Open the Watch app. You’ll see a scrolling line of the watchfaces you’ve previously installed. Swipe left and right to find the one you want to use or customize, and tap it. Scroll down and tap on “Set as current Watch Face.” You’re good to go. Customizing a watchface — in other words, changing the color, style, or some other aspect — will work a little...

How to add and change watchfaces on your Apple Watch

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