Apple Watch all alone: what can it do? Not a lot — it’s mainly an iPhone accessory — but there are some key things that it can handle on its own.
The Apple Watch is, first and foremost, an iPhone accessory. It might be even more than that eventually, a truly independent gadget, but a vast majority of its current core functions — making calls, sending messages, getting information, even playing any third-party games — require your iPhone to be on, have Internet service, and be paired with the Watch via Bluetooth or a shared Wi-Fi network. If you’re thinking about getting one, make sure you know that. It requires an iPhone 5 or later, and it can’t even be set up without one.
Still, the Apple Watch can do a few things without your iPhone around — more than I even realized. I left my iPhone behind and went…
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