Boy, I really could have used this a month ago. Apple Watch is remarkably deep for a 1.0 product. One example that I couldn’t figure out on my own — how to discern “turn left” from “turn right” based on the haptic feedback when getting walking or driving directions:
After you tap Start and head off on your first leg, Apple Watch
uses taps to let you know when to turn. A steady series of 12 taps
means turn right at the intersection you’re approaching; three
pairs of two taps means turn left. Not sure what your destination
looks like? You’ll feel a vibration when you’re on the last leg,
and again when you arrive.
Right is a steady series; left is a set of three series. I can’t say I feel stupid for not figuring that out on my own.
Great design on this guide, too.
★ Thursday, 23 April 2015