A Seniors Guide To Apple Watch SE - Scott La Counte

A Seniors Guide To Apple Watch SE

By Scott La Counte

  • Release Date: 2020-09-26
  • Genre: Computers


★★★ Get to know the Apple SE ★★★

Imagine a watch so powerful it can track your sleep, make phone calls from your wrist, tell you the weather, track your health, call emergency responders if you fall, and translate what someone just said! It's here!

There's even an app to tell you how to wash your hands! Did you ever think as a child that one day you'd have a watch to help you wash your hands? Probably not! Crazy as it sounds, the app is actually very resourceful.

The Apple Watch SE is a watch for people who want the powerful and life-saving features of Apple Watch, but at a lower cost.

If you have never used an Apple Watch, the UI can be a little frustrating at first. It looks nothing like the iPhone and iPad interface that you've grown to love. Even if you have used an Apple Watch before, there are a lot of new features packed into WatchOS that you may not even know about. 

You're probably excited to use the watch, so this book will keep things simple. You won't have to read through thousands of pages of tech-speak just to get started.

Some of the many topics included:
What's the difference between an "SE" watch and the Series 6What's new to WatchOS 7Using watch gesturesApple PayHow to change and share watch facesSending messages and making phone callsSleep trackingUse SiriUsing the Handwashing appHearing protectionUsing the calendarUsing remindersDriving directionsPlaying musicChecking the weatherUpdating and resetting the watchAnd much, much more!
This book is based on the book "The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Apple Watch SE" but includes sections specifically for seniors (including accessibility features that make the text easier to see).

​Are you ready to start enjoying your new Apple Watch? Then let's get started!

Note: This book is based on the book "The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Apple Watch Series 6." It is not endorsed by Apple, Inc. and should be considered unofficial.