Apple Watch Series 2 review: Water-resistance feature, mindfulness app, built-in GPS working great; Ad highlights top features

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Versions of the Apple Watch Series 2 are displayed during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California, U.S. September 7, 2016. Reuters/Beck Diefenbach

A one-minute Apple Watch Series 2 ad on YouTube showcases the versatility and sporting smartness of the device. It features the device’s water-resistance capability, built-in GPS and other such specs that keep a user motivated, fit and always on-time.

The ad shows Apple Watch Series 2 owners measuring their activities, swimming time and heart rate while performing a number of feats. The ad also shows how the device helps people take rest in between intense physical activity via its mindfulness app. The messaging capabilities of the watch have also been highlighted.

Watch the Apple Watch Series 2 - Go Time ad here.

Source: YouTube/Apple

As per reports, Apple has succeeded in providing an incredible device. Tech enthusiasts are surprised by the gadget’s performance. One of the most talked-about features of the Apple Watch Series 2 is its water-resistance feature. The device has passed all water-resistance tests and the units are working as per the specs.

The Apple Watch Series 2 devices are supposed to withstand immersion in water up to 50 metres for 10 minutes. As per iTech Post, the watches are functioning properly though they would be observed for 24 hours before arriving at a conclusion.

Other tests were carried out with respect to its heart-rate monitor, readability, step tracking features and other such features. The tests concluded that all features are working perfectly fine and are fully reliable. Its built-in GPS chip allows more advanced tracking.

The Apple Watch Series 2 has reportedly put a lot of focus on physical activity. The updated operating system, watchOS 3 now allows users share their workout data with others.

While everything seems to be working fine for the Apple Watch Series 2, users are complaining about a strange hissing noise in iPhone 7. It was first detected by Stephen Hackett at 512 Pixels after which many started reporting the same problem.

Marco Arment, Tumblr co-founder and iOS developer said that the noise may be happening for a good reason but such as sound by Apple’s iPhone 7 is both ungraceful and unfortunate.

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