New Apple webpage showcases the power of iPhone + Apple Watch

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iPhone and Apple Watch a brilliant match.
The best duo in tech?
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In case you’re still not convinced you need an Apple Watch to go with your iPhone, Apple on Tuesday published a new webpage that reminds visitors how powerful the two can be together.

The page highlights some of Apple Watch’s best features, like the ability to take calls, reply to messages, act as a remote for iPhone’s camera, and its ability to track your heart rate and all your workouts.

Apple Watch isn’t just the best smartwatch money can buy; it’s also the best-selling watch on the market today, outselling all Swiss watchmakers combined. And there are many, many good reasons for that.

Although Apple Watch cannot completely replace your iPhone, it makes for a terrific companion. Don’t believe us? Check out Apple’s new webpage.

iPhone + Apple Watch: A brilliant match

The page lists a whole bunch of things Apple Watch is great at, like putting your music on your wrist, giving you turn-by-turn directions, and even allowing you to pay for purchases without iPhone (or your wallet).

To many Cult of Mac readers, the features will already be familiar. But for those who might be first-time Apple Watch buyers, Apple’s webpage does a great job of highlighting the best of what the device has to offer.

When you put iPhone and Apple Watch together, “they add up to so much more,” Apple says. Its new webpage is featured at the bottom of the Apple.com homepage, alongside Tim Cook’s open letter about racism.

More to come this month?

Apple Watch could become even more powerful with watchOS 7, which Apple is expected to preview later this month during its WWDC 2020 keynote. The online-only event kicks off on Monday, June 22.

Some of the improvements that are rumored include kid-friendly Activity tracking and shareable watch faces.