After the Apple Unboxing experience, I changed the Sport Band to the S/M size because I have a small wrist and then had the Watch charged overnight. It was 4:00am when the Watch was at 100% after 1.5-2 hours of charging time. Before I left the house, I checked first if the apps that I needed were all loaded on the Watch. I have been using the Nike+ Running app for more than a year now so I checked how the app would look like when viewed on the Watch as well as the interface or navigations to get it to work. However, I did not bother to configure the rest of the apps on the Watch so all of those settings were set to default. Continue reading
I have been longing to blog about this but I just couldn’t get started right away because I usually try to have much concern with perfect in-depth details when it comes to jumpstarting this blog after a very long hiatus. Finally, here it goes. 🙂
Almost a month has passed since I got my Apple Watch. I got mine through Trish Castro, a friend who had a vacation in the US before the next academic year gets to start again. She will become an Apple Distinguished Educator in the ADE APAC Institute this year. (So congratulations again and welcome to the ADE community, Trish!) On the day I got the package from her in SM Megamall, there was also an ongoing mall-wide sale so I felt like I’ve also shopped for it.
The Apple Watch Sport model that I got was the 42mm Silver Aluminum Case with Blue Sport Band. I was supposed to get the Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band but due to high customer demand, the store did not have any stock anymore. I opted to get the blue one then despite my preference of black color in running, black is a safe color to match any attire, and dirt is not easily noticeable on a black band. As for the size, I prefer the larger one to make sure that I won’t be missing any experience. I’m on the lookout now though for a 42mm black sport band but I doubt if the Apple Watch and accessories will reach the local stores anytime soon. Continue reading