My Apple Watch Series 6 Review

My Apple Watch Series 6 Review
I've been using the Apple Watch Series 6 for a week and wanted to share my thoughts on it. Who should upgrade? How does the blood oxygen sensor work? Is that always-on screen noticibly brighter outside? Watch to find out!

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watchOS 7: The BirchTree Review

watchOS 7: The BirchTree Review
I've been doing big reviews of watchOS since the beginning, and for the first time, I'm venturing into video! The full text of the review is below, but frankly, the video is the primary version of the review, so if you can I'd love if you checked that out if

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Grading My Apple Watch Predictions

3 days ago I made a bunch of predictions about what we'd see from the new Apple Watches and today we saw everything. Let's see how I did: Apple Watch SEI made 9 total guesses, and I got it more right than I ever would have expected: It will look

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What I Expect from the New Apple Watches

What I Expect from the New Apple Watches
Apple's event this coming week is expected to bring new Apple Watch models, and I wanted to get what I'm expecting out there now so I can be a good Apple rumor guy who brags if I get it right and never talk about it again if I get it wrong.

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Why Apple's New Sleep Tracking Doesn't Score Your Sleep

How the Apple Watch tracks sleep -- and why - CNET Unlike other wearables such as the Fitbit or Oura, which measure how much time you spend in the various sleep phases and even give calculated sleep quality scores, Apple's sleep tech is more simplified. It just tracks duration of

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watchOS 7/iOS 14 Wish: Better Notification Behavior

Ok, so this is a kinda vague request, but it’s something that’s bothered me more since I’ve adjusted my watch notifications while going through this COVID-19 mess. Let me try to explain… Default Notification BehaviorAll notifications are mirrored to your watch. This means that everything that buzzes

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How Does the Apple Watch Avoid Screen Burn In?

How Does the Apple Watch Avoid Screen Burn In?
I was looking at my Pixel 4 (like you do) and I noticed something I don’t often think about with the always-on screen: it moves. This isn’t new, as basically all smartphones with this feature do this, and have for years. It’s done to avoid burn in,

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