Thank you Apple (sarcasm)...

Discussion in 'Apple Watch Talk' started by Old Goat Ninja, Jan 18, 2018.

  1. Old Goat Ninja

    Old Goat Ninja Well-Known Member

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    ... for swapping the Snooze and Stop buttons on the alarm (on the watch), for no reason what-so-ever. I love hitting the snooze button and having the alarm go off again when I'm in the shower and unable to get to my phone.
     
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    Poisonivy Administrator Staff Member

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    You do realise no one from Apple sees this forum?
     
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    Old Goat Ninja Well-Known Member

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    That's ok. Wasn't really intended for them to see. I just found it funny that they swapped the buttons for no reason, at all.
     
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    Ok.
     
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    Plus we all get to learn about the change
     
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    Haha yeah. It's actually kind of an old update, but I don't update my watch as often as I should. I just recently installed the update from maybe a month ago. To update the watch, it has to be at least 50% charged, and on the charger. Usually when I put it on the charger, it's less than 50%. By the time it's more than 50%, aka, full, I'm taking it off the charger and walking out the door, so I don't have time to wait for the update, etc.
     

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