People who are consistently late for appointments may resort to set their clocks forward to fool themselves and get on time.
Although it is relatively easy to overtake an analog watch (or a non-smart digital one), the same cannot be said for smart watches.
Thanks to its connectivity, the time is repeatedly checked and updated, and automatically adapts to the time changes that occur a couple of times a year and to the time zones when traveling.
Although many people do not know, You can set the Apple Watch to show the time on the screen a few minutes in advance.
If you are interested, you can follow the instructions below:
- Open the Settings app on Apple Watch.
- Scroll down and tap Clock.
- By default, +0 min appears but if you click on it you can choose up to 59 minutes more than the real time
As watchOS warns, minute changes only apply to the displayed time, and not the time-dependent features and functions. This means that any notification or alert will continue to arrive at the correct time, regardless of what the watch face shows.
It also does not affect the time functions of a paired iPhone. If you have an alert in Calendar set to go off at a specific time, it will continue to do so at the correct time, not the “early” version.