Found this tweet when trying to find out why sometimes the screen gets a weird blue colouration, usually when showing vincenzo, at first I thought it was a lens flare, but it’s deliberate I think. Look at this from same shot:
Apple apparently still haven’t worked out that swimmers need a way to stop the workout without scrambling for a towel which is out the pool. Touch screen is useless when wet.
They did realise that no touch was a requirement for unlocking watch. But not for stopping the workout.
The “breathe” relaxation app on Apple Watch is like roulette. Sometimes the app works ok and no bugs. And relax….
But sometimes the app animation fails to animate and when that happens it is possibly increasing my blood pressure…
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