“Add them together. Multiply their power,” reads a new Apple webpage promoting the tight integration between the Cupertino firm’s iPhone and Apple Watch devices.
“Get directions on iPhone and a tap on your wrist when you need to turn. Check your heart rate on Apple Watch and track it over the last hour, day, month, or year on iPhone. When you put the two of them together, they add up to so much more,” reads the first paragraph on the page.
Scrolling down the page, visitors see images and text showcasing the duo’s features, including the ability to answer or decline a phone call of FaceTime call on your Apple Watch, then transfer the call to you iPhone,
The minister also highlights Apple Watch features like quick replies to messages, Tapback, Scribbles, and emoji support. It also highlights SIri features.
The site also highlights the music capabilities of the Apple Watch, including Apple Music features like streaming, playlist support, and remote playback controls.
A section highlights the devices’ deep Camera app integration, including the ability for the Apple Watch to act as a remote for the iPhone, allowing users to frame and shoot, zoom, and switch between the iPhone back and front-facing cameras.
Health features promoted include iOS Health and Activity app integration. Also featured is handoff support in the Maps, Find My, and Apple Pay apps.
For more information about how well the Apple Watch and iPhone work together, visit the minisite here.