The Apple Watch Display Time Can Be Set a Few Minutes Fast

The Apple Watch Display Time Can Be Set a Few Minutes Fast

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If you're often running late and set your clocks ahead by a few minutes to hopefully arrive on time, you may want to use this newly discovered feature of the Apple Watch.

The smartwatch has a setting which lets you move the clock face display time ahead by a few minutes to essentially trick yourself into thinking its later than it really is, says 9to5Mac.

Apple notes, however, that only the information displayed on your clock face is affected by adjusting the time via this setting. All notifications and alerts will still come in at the correct time. With this feature, users are simply moving displayed time ahead of the actual time in one minute intervals.

Is this something you could consider a useful feature? Let us know what you think below. We'll have many more details on the Apple Watch ahead of its April 24th launch.

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The Apple Watch Display Time Can Be Set a Few Minutes Fast

Marc - April 13, 2015 at 9:12pm
Definitely of value to me as I do it with my cars clock!
Vang - April 13, 2015 at 12:59am
Yes it would benefit me. I hate working on the clock for free. Clock in is 6:00am. Company considers you late at 6:16. So I clock in at 6:15 Time card reflects 6:00 clock in time. When I arrive to work I like using my time. When I leave I go off the real time. FULLTIME BABY!!
Manbearpig - April 12, 2015 at 10:29pm
Cool feature for the lazies who run late.
iamdeveloper - April 13, 2015 at 3:54am
Exactly totally agree! Apple knows what people need!
asspple - April 12, 2015 at 7:03pm
it can also predict its own life expectancy.
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