While that is just a rendering of the Apple Watch, not an image of an actual Apple Watch, the band is a Modern Buckle, which is only available for 38mm Apple Watches. So the Watch in the rendering is definitely a 38mm.
No there is no way to accomplish this.
From Apple - Apple Watch
You close the Exercise ring when you reach the globally recommended 30 minutes of exercise per day. And you don’t even have to do it all at once, which means you’re more likely to fit it into your day.
From all searches I have performed I have not found any possible way to change it and the ...
To gild refined gold, to paint the lily,
To throw a perfume on the violet,
To smooth the ice, or add another hue
Unto the rainbow, or with taper-light
To seek the beauteous eye of heaven to garnish,
Is wasteful and ridiculous excess.
In addition to the aluminium vs stainless steel case, The Apple Watch has a Sapphire crystal cover as opposed to the Apple Watch Sport's "Ion-X Glass" cover.
In addition, there are more options for bands that can be used with Apple Watch. Specifically, while the Apple Watch Sport is sold just with the Sport band, the Apple Watch is available with the Sport ...
The temperature shown does come from the Weather App. Small bits of data on the watch face are known as complications.
Tapping the temperature on the watch face will open the Weather app thus revealing the source of the data. The watch gets the data from your iPhone which, in turn, uses location and data from the Internet.
You may find more useful ...
You can bring your Apple Watch back to normal functioning mode by pressing and holding the side button, the same way that you do when you wish to power it on.
This command will only work if you plugged the Watch in, or if there is sufficient battery juice available.
From Apple's website: "Apple Watch works with iPhone 5 or later running the latest version of iOS, which introduces the Apple Watch app. So make sure everything is up to date"
Note: While it does say "Requires iPhone 5 or later." in the footnotes at the very bottom of the http://www.apple.com/watch/technology/ mentioned by Matthieu Riegler, nonetheless it's ...
You can delete the stocks app from your phone on iOS 10 - and that removes it from the watch. There isn't a way to have it on the phone but not on the watch.
There were currently no workarounds, jailbreaks or non-obvious ways hide and minimize the stocks app on the Apple Watch apps display on iOS 9 and associated watch OS. The rest of this answer applies if ...
It uses both Bluetooth LE 4.0 AND 802.11ac WiFi.
Bluetooth is used to discover the Apple Watch and establish a connection.
Then it uses WiFi to do "time-in-flight" calculations - i.e. to figure out how far your watch is from the Mac. The Mac needs to support 802.11ac WiFi for this to work. All watches are supported, both the old and the new - even though ...
Actually I was having the same problem and discovered why. In the News app itself there are some notification settings. Why it's so obscure and hard to find is unlike Apple, but it's there all the same.
Go to the News app and tap on the Favorites tab. At the very top you'll see three things: a bell gliph, a Favorites option (for sorting), and an Edit button....
I had the same problem: In settings I was definitely logged into iCloud, but the Apple Watch unlock setting still claimed I wasn't.
I stumbled on the following weird solution:
I happened to start FaceTime on Mac, and noticed that I wasn't logged into it. I logged in.
When I then opened the Security settings again, the Allow your Apple Watch to unlock your ...
The Activity app uses the info stored in the Health app.
To change your weight:
Open the Watch app on the iPhone
On the My Watch tab, scroll down and tap on Health
Tap Edit in the top right corner
Scroll through the weights and select the correct one
You can also do this on the iPhone in the Health app under Body Measurements.
Once that is done, Activity ...
There's currently no native way to play a chime on the hour with watchOS - well, at least not without workarounds using the Timer, Reminders, etc.
However, there are a number of 3rd party Apple Watch apps available that provide this functionality. Below are just a few:
According to a few 2018 articles, the restrictions are based on the region where the watch was sold, and the removal of blocks is implemented by a watchOS update.
Not tied to ID. No geo-fence.
There was speculation that changing the watch's region settings could bypass the restriction, but those articles correct that understanding.
Given these facts, ...
Is it possible to paint your watch gold? yes.
Is it a smart thing to do? questionable.
If you are good at spray painting you could do this.
It is possible that if your spray too much in the right spot, like around buttons, it could leak into the watch.
I would not suggest it because if you have issues with your watch it will void the warranty on your ...
From the "Apple Watch User Guide"
Apple Watch uses Bluetooth® wireless technology to connect to its paired iPhone and uses the iPhone for many wireless functions. Apple Watch can’t configure new Wi-Fi networks on its own, but it can connect to Wi-Fi networks you’ve set up on the paired iPhone.
If your Apple Watch and iPhone are on the same network ...
As far as I can tell its just means as long as it's connected via bluetooth and in range. There isn't a Touch ID scanner on the watch or anything like that so I don't think that it forms an knid of "signature" to you.
Airplane mode on Apple Watch, by default, mirrors the setting on your iPhone. When you disable Airplane mode on your iPhone, it can not be mirrored to Apple Watch, because the radios on the watch are turned off. You need to disable Airplane mode on Apple Watch manually by using the interface on the Apple Watch.
You can disable the automatic mirroring of ...
[EDIT] - This edit revises my answer to:
more specifically answer the OP's question for their exact scenario
reduce ambiguity by making clearer the parts of my answer that were more general in nature
1. Answer to OP's exact question/scenario
Yes, your payment details are 100% safe, as you've already set up Apple Pay on your devices prior to doing a ...
Correct, with watchOS 3.x it was possible to use Apple Watch as a kind of remote for iPhone's Music.app:
Browse all available music by artist/album/genre
Start/stop playback on your iPhone with Apple Watch
Change the music source from iPhone's storage to Apple Watch's storage
Unfortunately, starting with watchOS 4, you can't browse music on your ...
It's taking your heart rate.
"Blood is red because it reflects red light and absorbs green light. Apple Watch uses green LED lights paired with light‑sensitive photodiodes to detect the amount of blood flowing through your wrist at any given moment. When your heart beats, the blood flow in your wrist - and the green light absorption - is ...
The ECG function requires approval from the relevant regulators in the region, which takes time to acquire.
In the US, Apple worked with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a number of years to receive De Novo classification for the ECG app and the irregular heart rhythm notification, making the features available over the counter. The ECG app and ...
The Watch Sport is made of aluminium and glass and plastic composite backing.
The Watch is made of stainless steel, sapphire and ceramic backing.
The bands are different but those are priced as accessories and the materials there are pretty straightforward to deduce.
Apparently Apple Watch has Airplane Mode, which turns off both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
[To] Turn on Airplane Mode. Swipe up on the watch face, swipe to the Settings glance, then tap the Airplane Mode button. The Connected status at the top of the screen changes to Disconnected. Or open the Settings app settings icon, then tap Airplane Mode. When Airplane ...
Apple doesn't define active calories in the manual for Apple Watch, but they are a common measurement in sports physiology.
If you are in a coma, your body uses up calories from two of the three muscle types: smooth and cardiac muscle. The third type is skeletal muscle and that's what Active Calories tries to estimate using a physiological model that ...
You can view all your past workouts (per day) on the iPhone Activity app! It gives you all the same information you see when you save the workout on your watch.
You can also view past workouts in the Health app (Workouts data in the Fitness section).