The newest Apple Watch update adds a new radio app and supports streaming Apple Music. Scott Stein played with it for a couple days. Here's how it works.
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can anyone tell me what band that is?
Can the watch play a song through the watch speakers?
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Can I stream apple music with the only gps version
I was able to play songs on my watches library but after the update I'm forced to use my breatz headphones 😭
Apple Music is terrible on the iwatch
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Bro the title should be apple watch not your apple watch, can't afford one but reading in the tile. Imao😂😂
What app is the radio app for the watch? Am I the only one hat just dose not no this?
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