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  1. Getting Started with your Apple Watch
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  2. Introduced in watchOS 10
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  3. Apple Watch Basics
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  4. Apple Watch Faces
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  5. Apple Watch Apps and Settings
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  6. Activity and the Apple Watch
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Learn how to tell the Apple Watch which wrist it is on for waking up and for the digital crown orientation.

The Apple Watch uses your wrist to wake it up. This is set to your right hand (for right-handers by default), which means if you are left handed, it may not turn the display on when you raise your wrist, or it will turn it on when you don’t raise your wrist. You can change what wrist the Apple Watch uses for this. You can also change the orientation for the digital crown. See how to set the Apple Watch for your left or right wrist in the video.

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