Guided Tours week 2

A few days after first unveiling Guided Tours, Apple updated the minisite on Wednesday with four more videos showcasing how to use Apple Watch, specifically focusing on Phone, Siri, Maps, and the Music app on Apple Watch.

While the videos aren’t intended to tell everything about each feature, they give enough information that even those users who aren’t too tech-savvy will be able to follow along, and get something out of it.

This week, the videos focus on four features:

  • Phone calls: how to mute, scroll to send a message or transfer call to iPhone, decline, answer, and initiate a phone call
  • Siri: how to access Siri, asking for directions, sports results, launch apps, set alarms and initiate calls
  • Maps: see Maps in Glances, searching locations, getting directions
  • Music: using Music Glance, using Siri, select music, play songs, sync playlists with iPhone, pair a Bluetooth device

According to the minisite, Apple has three more videos coming in the near future, and those will be focusing on Apple Pay, Activity, and Workout.

  • Rupinder

    Do you know if my entire music library will show up on it when it’s connected to my phone? Or will I have to choose a song on the phone and only be able to pause/play, etc?

    • Chris

      You’ll be able to sync a playlist directly to your watch so the assumption would be you have some sort of list functionality along with the standard player controls.

  • Khôi Nguyên

    it’s funny, my iPhone’s Siri react when in the 4th video said “Hey Siri”

    • Brandon

      the Siri video made my phone call my mom lol

      • Joey Jreij

        Mines did too!

  • Dante Arellano

    Yea now i goint to use awacho’ as gps when a driving at the highway very nice

  • Mcconnell J

    They’re performing different things this time around. I have not browse the books but I have read up on them and they are changing issue around so they don’t have to stick to the story of the 3rd guide