The new Apple Watch 2 features a new face, new apps, and new design features.

But if you want the most from the latest iteration of the smartwatch, there’s no better time than now.

If you already own an Apple Watch, you’ll find it’s easier to get all of these features for free.

If you don’t have an Apple Watches yet, though, you’re in luck.

The latest version of the Apple Watch has the most features of any version since it debuted in 2011.

Here’s everything you need to know.

How to get most of the new features:In a nutshell, the new Apple Watts features the most advanced watch software ever, including a brand-new FaceTime calling app and the ability to use FaceTime for calls.

That’s great news for those of us who use both Apple Pay and Apple Watch.

But if you have a pair of older Apple Watcs, you may need to upgrade your phone to a newer version of iOS before you can get these features.

That means you’ll need to update your iOS device, then wait for a while before getting the new version.

The new iOS 8.3.1 update for iPhone and iPad users will bring all of the most recent features of the watch.

The biggest change is that you can now call your iPhone or iPad from any iOS device without having to log in.

If that’s not your thing, however, you can still make FaceTime calls from an iPhone.

The update also adds new features for iPhone XS and XS Max owners.

The first of these is the ability for users to customize the watch face.

You can now change the color of the face to match the color you want it to.

This also means that you’ll be able to choose from more than 150 colors for the face.

You’ll also be able edit the colors and sizes of the display, which is very useful for those who want to make the most of both their Watch and iPhone display.

The update also includes a brand new Apple Pay app for Apple Watch owners.

You’ll need an iPhone to make purchases and add to your Wallet.

The other new Apple Wear 2 features include the ability of the Watch to connect to a computer, and the new App Store.

Both are available in iOS 8, 8.1, and 8.0.

Apple Watch 2 update details:New FaceTime call app with voice calling on iPhone and Apple Pay for iPhoneXS and iPhone XA new Apple App Store app for iPhone owners that lets you easily download and install apps from third-party developersNew Siri interface and moreApple Watch Series 1 with Apple Watch face, strap, and other accessories for iPhone users to upgrade to Series 2Apple Watch app updates for iPhone with more than 25,000 apps and over 100,000+ watchfacesThe new watch faces available in the new iOS 7.1 release include:• The new FaceTime face with a white face and dark eyes.

It’s a great color and fits perfectly with the iPhone X.• The Apple Watch band, which includes an adjustable strap for each band size.

This band is made of stainless steel, so it’ll last longer.• A new Apple watch band with a round buckle.

This watch band can be attached to other Apple Watchers and is very comfortable to wear.• An all-new Apple Watch strap with a wide buckle.

You don’t need to buy new bands, but if you do, this strap is great for attaching the new Series 2 Apple Watch to your wrist.

Apple watch software updates:• New Siri interface with more options and more gestures to help you navigate and use the watchMore watch faces to upgrade from iOS 7 to iOS 8• New App Store for iPhone app users that let you install apps and manage your wallet from your iPhone and other devices• New iPhone App Store with more Apple Watch apps for iPhone6 and 6 Plus users.

The app has expanded features, like a new music app and support for new Apple EarPods.• New Apple Watch app that lets iPhone and iOS users download and download new Watch Faces for iPhone, iPhone X, and iPhone Plus devices.

It also lets you create a custom watch face that matches your iPhone, including the latest face styles.

If your Watch is already running iOS 7, you should expect the most up-to-date watch software.

For now, however — and only if you’re running the latest version — you’ll want to wait until you’re upgrading your iPhone.