I’ve long debated about getting an Apple Watch again. Got my wife series 1 and she didn’t like the battery life or the fact it didn’t track her steps as good as her Fitbit so we sold it. Then I got a series 2 for myself . Had it for awhile but wasn’t impressed with the battery life. Now that series 5 has been out , has either of those things improved with the watch ? The health tracking and battery life ??
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I’m on AT&T, the watch gets a different number but calls come I using the same number as your phone. Don’t know VZ pricing but AT&T is $10+tax per month.I have Apple Watch questions and I know this is the place to get answers. It applies to the cellular feature.
If I buy the one with cellular ability, is it a different phone number or does it mimic your cellphone. In other words, do I just receive forwarded phone calls that come in to my cellphone or do I now have two phone numbers for people to call me on?
I'm with Verizon postpaid. Do they just add the watch as a second phone, or is there a reduced cost to add it because it is just an extension of the cellphone? I really don't want to call Verizon for this if you guys can answer. I despise talking to CSR's.
Thanks for your reply. I have another question if you don't mind.I’m on AT&T, the watch gets a different number but calls come I using the same number as your phone. Don’t know VZ pricing but AT&T is $10+tax per month.
If you’re in a quiet area and it’s a short call it’s been OK for me.Thanks for your reply. I have another question if you don't mind.
I'm looking at the SE model, which is similar to the Apple Watch 6 but with a couple less health features and a slightly slower processor. Is the audio on these watches good enough to have a phone conversation without using ear pods of some type?