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  • Apple Watch Series 4 User Manual for Beginners

  • The Beginners Ultimate Essential Guide with Secret Tips and Tricks to Become a Pro Apple Watch Series 4 User
  • By: Scott Blake
  • Narrated by: James Hugg
  • Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Science & Engineering, Engineering

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Publisher's Summary

The Apple Watch Series 4 is the most advanced smartwatch Apple has ever created. It can be scary to change up to a new Apple smartwatch. The good part, though, is that you have a great watch. You might be clueless as to having your brand new Apple Watch Series 4, but do not be nervous, this is the best manual on the market for you. 

This manual is packed with top tips and tricks to make a beginner turn into a pro Apple Watch user. By the time you've finished listening to this Apple Watch User Manual for Beginners, you'll be pro in nearly everything related to Apple Watch and WatchOS.

Inside, you'll discover: 

  • New features of the Apple Watch Series 4
  • In-depth coverage of watchOS
  • Essential settings and configurations 
  • How to connect it with your iPhone
  • More than 200 Siri commands and Easter eggs
  • Detailed app tutorials 
  • Troubleshooting tips
©2019 Scott Blake (P)2019 Scott Blake

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