So you've got a fancy new Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular, or you've jumped in with the more affordable Series 1 or bagged a Watch Series 2. You're extremely excited, but you also want to skip out on all that fumbling around and get straight to it.
The good news is that watchOS 4, Apple's smartwatch operating system, is one of the more comprehensive on the market. This makes for a steep learning curve, but there's a great amount of opportunity for customization. And things are only set to improve when watchOS 5 lands later this year. We've already spent some time with an early version of the software, and we'll soon be updating this list with tips on upcoming features, such as the new notification management and Walkie Talkie.