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Apple spits out five new “How To” videos for its Series 4 watch

Apple has posted five new “How To” videos that cover changing your Series 4 smartwatch band, how to use Siri, tweaking move goals and more. The 30 second clips walk you through some basic functions on the world’s most popular smartwatch.

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The first video explains how to change your Apple Watch band. The steps consist of taking your watch off, turning it over, pushing the release buttons and removing the band. Slide the new band in until it clicks and you’re done. Check it out below.

The next clip explains how to use Apple Siri with your smartwatch. Simply raise the wearable towards your mouth and this should activate the intelligent assistant. The other alternative is to press and hold the Digital Crown. Then ask Siri what you like.

On to the video about how to set a goal for your run. Open the Workout app on the watch. Find a running workout and tap on the three dots in the right hand corner of the tile. Then choose the type of goal you want. For an outdoor run you can also set a pace alert.

As its name implies, the “How to view your past activity?” clip shows how easy it is to review your past workouts. Open the Activity app on your iPhone, tap History and select a day. Scroll down to see your activity stats. Keep scrolling for an overview of your awards and workouts.

The last new video answers the much asked question, “How to change your Move goal?“. As you can see from the clip below, it’s really not that difficult. This is done by opening the Activity app on your watch and pressing firmly on the display. This will present you with a few options. Tap on “Change Move Goal”. Then simply turn the Digital Crown to adjust the figures.

The Apple Watch Series 4 How To’s currently consists of 17 videos. You can see them all on this link.

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