7 easy tweaks to breathe new life into your Apple Watch

I was over the moon about the Apple Watch when it was first announced. At the time, I was feeling intense jealousy over Android Wear watches that couldn’t work with my iPhone (back then, at least), and had picked up a cheap Pebble to help fill the void. And despite some initial shellshock over the price levels and version differences, I bought the Apple Watch Sport on day one and was excited for its future.

Nearly three years later, that same watch spends more time in my desk drawer than on my wrist. The Apple Watch never felt truly transformative to me, and while I’ve enjoyed it as a style accessory and for quickly viewing notifications, I eventually fell out of my steady routine of charging it, wearing it, and deferring to it instead of my phone. It’s been at least a year since I’ve worn it regularly for longer than a

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