Lynch: Can see current stock market, business info using Salesforce, MLB for sports scores. Can see top trends on Twitter. American Airlines to look at upcoming trips. (all using Glances)
Quick-glance, looking at stocks, Salesforce Wave data, MLB.com scores, and Twitter info. And American Airlines upcoming departure info.
Lynch: Asking Siri what the temperature in New York is
Android Wear has some of this but pushed on the fly via Google Now.
Lynch: Can also interact with Siri just using my voice by saying "Hey Siri"
Lynch: Can talk to Siri to set reminders - remind me to pack my umbrella
Lynch: It's great to use Siri to make yourself remember things throughout the day.
Siri weather forecast: nice multi-day reading. Siri has full commands: memos, etc. Google's Android Wear works similarly.
Lynch: WeChat. (recommends restaurant Fig & Olive. I love that place. haha)
I always wonder how much of these onstage demos are canned. Especially as we're not getting the over-the-shoulder view of the watch being used live.
Can open WeChat app: sticker list shown. The ability to open recognizable apps and have them work well could be the big difference-maker.
Lynch: Stickers to respond (dog giving a thumbs up)
Lynch: Get a notification to remind you to stand up. Can turn off it you like. If you already got up, won't remind you b/c knows you stood
Now showing "Stand!" notification for hourly stand motivation. Like Fuelband or Jawbone.
Lynch: On way home, might go to Whole Foods. Can pay for things when checking out. To bring up credit card, just double tap and choose card. Hold near terminal. Super easy to pay
Double-tap side button to bring up Apple Pay, hold near terminal. Needs contact with wrist. Shara covered this earlier in the week.
Makes a sound and says "Done" when Apple Pay has gone through
Can I just say, Apple Pay makes it a little *too* easy to spend money at Whole Foods.
Lynch: It's a lot of fun to use. You don't have to bring watch face and touch terminal. Once get close, get audible noise and taptic feedback
Apple Pay opens automatically near the terminal.
Lynch: When going home, might put phone down and walk around house. Can stay in touch with Apple Watch and not have phone all the time.
Lynch: To change face, tap and hold and swipe to select other ones
For changing watch faces, you can force-press and select a new one (like Android Wear)
Lynch: Can swipe up to see photos from Instagram. If want to see more, tap on them. Use crown to quickly scroll through
Easily pulling up Instagram feed of photos. Mini-app, with "like" button. Seemed easy.
Lynch: It's a lot of fun to use apps like Instagram right on your watch. Super easy and quick
Lynch: Left dog to get haircut. Going to get call. Can answer on watch or send to phone
Incoming calls work via speakerphone, or can be sent to iPhone, or send a canned "can't talk now" message.
Lynch: Answers right on watch. Says will be over as soon as event is done to pick up dog.
Lynch: Really easy to take those calls wherever you are. Communicates with iPhone over W-iFi and Bluetooth. Can be anywhere in house, not just in Bluetooth range
Lynch: If wanting to go to airport might call car. Uber. Press crown to go to home screen. Uber app
At home, Wi-Fi takes over instead of Bluetooth for taking calls, getting messages. That is something Android Wear doesn't have.
Lynch: Sees driver's name, what kind of car, when arriving. Get notification when there. Taps to let you know car is coming. License plate number
Lynch: A lot of fun to be able to call a car like that