3 Reasons Why Planners Should Buy an Apple Watch

By Hayley Panagakis, December 30, 2015

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No longer will the navigation on my smartphone tell me to make a turn when there’s not enough time to do so. Like a tap on the shoulder, the Apple Watch vibrates and makes sounds when it’s time to turn left or right. While the main navigation will come from your smartphone, the vibrations from the watch happen earlier than the vocal prompts, giving you more time to get over into the next lane if needed. Another useful feature with this is Siri. Simply say “Take me home” while your watch screen is lit up and she’ll start the navigation for you.

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