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I was enjoying the new iPhone 11 Pro, so I decided to take the leap and add the watch too. As luck would have it, Amazon was offering a sale price on. I was intrigued by it at first, especially the health app. The appeal wore thin, however, after the first update. For example, before the update, it would record my daily walking routes on a map. It revealed a distance of 1.3 miles with an elevation gain of 110 feet. Pretty cool. After the update, I got a map with a dot on it and elevation gain of "1 flight." Excuse me? According to Apple support, I needed to disconnect the watch from the phone and re-pair it to fix the problems. That meant losing all of the settings and faces, of course, but I did it anyway. The result? A map with a dot on it and 1 flight elevation gain. So I just quit using the health app.
About half way through the next walk, it starts thumping me, "record the walk, record the walk." This would repeat about every 3 minutes. To make it stop, I had to take it off and put it in my pocket. I wondered why, if it knows I'm walking, why doesn't it just record it instead of nagging me about it. My old $99 Fitbit could do this, no sweat. When I got home, I disabled notifications.
The health app is rather poorly done. It includes a lot of arcane, useless data, a confusing UI, some irrelevant razzle-dazzle about hearing, and advertising. When it was recording the map, I could find it once, then it would disappear. It encourages you recording a lot of personal health information which makes me wonder what Apple is up to.
On another occasion, I was at the computer working on a blog post. Suddenly, thump, thump, thump, "stand up, stand up." Disabled that too. Finally, the last thing I need is a nanny watch telling me to "wash my hands." I'm a firm believer that people should be in control of their devices, not the other way around.
Once the novelty wears off, when you quit using the poorly designed apps and disable all the annoyances, what you're left with is a $30 Timex that makes your wrist sweat. It pretty much just lives on the charger now.
The battery life is short. With the display on it will last 12 hours tops and possibly 12-18 hours if you turn the display off.
I was hoping it would track my weight lifting fitness, but it doesn’t. It does track cardio very good.
It shows the time. You definitely need to get a screen protector as it scratches very easily.
Nothing against women wanting this overpriced tech, but as a man I expect more for the money. Fellas, if your wife wants it and you can afford it, get it for her to appease her. Not worth it if you’re a guy unless you want to waste your money or have a limp wrist.
The watch initially was pretty nice but after several months I noticed scratches all over the face of it. For a watch face that is scratch resistant it wasn’t very resistant. The goals initially worked well then they seem to take extra time to achieve even after setting them to the original amount. Don’t recommend this.
The battery software/charge has major issues. The watch will read 100% charge all day and then stop because of a low battery. tried multiple restarts and downloaded new software on the watch and phone. Looking at options for product warranty and or return.
Most disappointing product I have ever purchased from Apple. Maybe I have a lemon but Apple support which has gone significantly down hill in the last few years seems hesitant to help me at all resolve the issues. Battery life is impossibly bad compared to the Series 3, when it's functioning correctly which in the last 4 months has been about 2 weeks for me. Support will tell you to pair and unpair the device a dozen times and run tests saying that nothing seems wrong with the battery over and over again until they finally offer you the chance to wait 3-5 days for a box so that you can send it in for repairs, okay i liked it wasn't a dozen times it was 9 times before they offered that even though i repeatedly asked in prior support calls and chats. Currently waiting on it to be fixed, get a refurb, so that I can sell this disappointing thing to someone else.