In episode 107 of his radio podcast, Hodinkee invited Apple’s vice president of human interface design Alan Dye, and Apple enthusiasts John Gruber and Om Malik to talk about the latest Apple Watches.
Apple unveiled the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE just a few weeks ago and was greeted with a fantastic reception, with many variants of the Series 6 sold out until November.
The new Apple Watch̵
In particular, Alan talked about how the team worked on a washbasin message to help users in these trying times. The alert reminds users to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds on several occasions throughout the day.
Other topics of discussion included Apple Watch’s new Family Setup feature (unfortunately not available in Canada yet), as well as Apple’s new and surprisingly comfortable Solo Loop band for the latest watches.
Gruber and Malik also present their views on the Series 6 and Apple Watch SE, including what they think of the new dials and health features.
The Apple Watch Series 6 is able to calculate the oxygen concentration in the blood and is also equipped with an ECG (it debuted with the Series 4), so whether these impressive additional features contribute to sensory overload was also an interesting topic.