Playing around with the basics is natural when you first set up your Apple Watch, and that includes exploring watch faces and complications.
And though the smartwatch may not support third-party watch faces, there’s an extensive library of Apple’s own options of sift through. Anybody looking for a set of top Apple Watch faces to keep in their dock certainly isn’t short of choice.
Below, we’ll be highlighting some of the best to choose from, as well as giving you the rundown on complications and instructions on how you can customize everything to your taste.
How to change the Apple Watch face
We’ve gone through the steps of customizing an Apple Watch face in our dedicated guide, but it’s worth highlighting the basics here, too.
The easiest way to change the face is by sliding your finger left or right across the screen and scrolling though the different options. If you don’t want to go through endless cycling between a couple of your favorites, however, you can also force touch the screen to add and choose from a wider carousel.
Be aware this might not be a comprehensive list, though; you’ll have to hit the + option on the far right to add new watch faces from the catalogue. This can also be accessed through Apple Watch companion app, where the full library is available to add selections to your watch manually.