Apple Watch owners in Australia were thrown for a loop over the weekend when their devices tried to cope with a time change. We had daylight saving this morning at 2am where the clock was brought forward for an hour. The device would boot, try and load the complications, fail to load them, and then reboot again hoping to start up correctly each time. Although the exact problem has not yet been diagnosed, it appears that the large Activity complication simply can not handle drawing its graph with one of those 24 hour missing. The bug appeared when trying to activate desktop Infograph Modular.
This is still a very new bug which has yet to be officially confirmed by Apple itself. If Apple doesn't manage to push a fix out by then, users might be forced to either brace the wait or disable the Infograph Modular face within the iPhone application if they can not bear a day without. On iOS 7, the Calendar app displayed the wrong time (that was fairly minor). Even the iOS 9 update disabled alarms for many, while iOS 11.1.2 forced iPhones to crash at 12:15 a.m. on December 2, 2017. The Nike+ watches are great for athletes as they give you heartbeat ratings so you can know how many calories you have burnt.
Cupertino based conglomerate Apple has officially launched its new Nike+ Apple Watch Series 4 models. The watch will be available in 40mm and 44mm dial sizes. The Nike+ Series 4 is available for purchase in several countries, including the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia and some European and Asian markets. In the USA, the Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 is priced between $399 and $499, while additional bands can be bought for $49 each. The microphone is now on the opposite side far away from the speaker to help reduce the echo and make calls clearer.