US-based tech giant Apple has released a new website that emphasizes the compatibility between iPhone and Apple Watch. The so-called “iPhone + Apple Watch” reveals the benefits users get when using both devices together.
Apple has released a fairly well-prepared website that details the integration between Apple Watch, the world’s best selling smartwatch brand, and iPhones. Cupertinolu company emphasizes that many functions such as answering calls, listening to music, following health data, getting directions and using Apple Card can be done easily with Apple Watch.
For example; the page says that you can control the Camera app on iPhone with Apple Watch on your arm. Stating that there are many things that can be done from the Camera app on Apple Watch, the page says that users can zoom in and out by turning the Digital Crown button, or switch between the front and back cameras on iPhone.
Users can switch between Digital Crown on Apple Watch and front and back cameras on iPhone
One of the usage examples shown on the page called iPhone + Apple Watch is Apple Card. It is stated that users can use their Apple Watch to pay in various stores and then manage their entire transaction history from the Wallet app on iPhone.
The page says that every time users shop with Apple Card, they receive notifications about the amount paid and how much cash they earn daily, on both Apple Watch and iPhone. The U.S. company offers Apple Card holders a 3 percent refund when they shop at their stores.
Apple Card holders can use Apple Watch when paying at contracted stores
In addition, users earn 3 percent cash from companies such as T-Mobile, Walgreens and Uber. These points are then defined on the card called Apple Cash in the Wallet application. In the meantime, let’s say that Apple is preparing to offer interest-free payment plans for devices other than iPhone.
There are many use cases on the page that show the harmonious synergy between Apple Watch and iPhone, from Apple Music integration to real-time tracking of heart rate, from directions to calling and messaging. For now, you can access the iPhone + Apple Watch page, which is only in English.