MacDirectory Magazine

Stephen Hanson

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How to Share Your Watch Faces with watchOS 7 By Sergio Velasquez Apple's watchOS 7 brought many new features and improvements to the already amazing Apple Watch. Sadly, the new system update didn't bring something we've all been asking for: a store with third-party watch faces. It seems as if this isn't Apple's priority at the moment, so we shouldn't hold our breath on this one. The good news is that watchOS 7 offers many new ways to customize your watch faces and share them with a single person or even the whole world. It may seem a bit tricky at first, but sharing your Apple Watch watch faces is really easy once you get the hang of it. The best part is that you can share from your iPhone or right from your Apple Watch. Continue reading to learn about every way you can share your watch faces. What you need to share your watch faces Let's go over the requirements you need to be able to share your watch faces. Don't worry, you probably already have ever y thing you need. You'll obviously need an Apple Watch, but make sure it's a recent one and that it has watchOS 7 installed. Here's a quick guide on how you can check which version you have installed. 1. On your Apple Watch, go to the Settings App. 2. Tap on General. 3. Select About.

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