There are 10 Apple Watch faces to choose from, and each one comes with a crazy amount of options. The moon phases widget is pretty neat, but do I really want to clutter up my watch’s minimalist look?
The cool thing is that you can almost have it all. Apple makes it pretty easy to pick your preferred Apple Watch face and then tweak the specific options you want to add to (or delete from) your wrist.
Now you can swipe left or right to pick one of the other 10 included faces, like Utility, Simple, Motion, Astronomy, Color, Solar, Chronograph, Mickey and X-Large. There’s also a big Plus button for a New watch face, but that’s probably for later functionality.
Each specific Apple Watch face offers its own set of customizations; the Chronograph one lets you add the date, a calendar section, the moon phase, time of sunrise/sunset, weather, stocks, activities, alarms, timers, battery charge and a world clock, just for giggles.
The best watch face will be the one that pleases you aesthetically with just the right amount of information for your personal needs. If you want all the great info above, use Utility, Modular or Chronograph. If you just want the time and nothing else, try out Motion or Astronomy. Heck, Solar has a nice look, too. It’s up to you.