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iOS – iPhone 4S and above using iOS 9 and above
Android – Smartphones using Android 5.0 and above with Bluetooth 4.0 (Low Energy) Technology support – GATT profile 2 support is required.
You can turn a Bluetooth off through the What?Calendar connected App (activating an Airplane mode function) and then you can switch it on again by triple tapping on a watch face.
The ethos behind the Calendar Watch is that ‘less is more’ and as such we deliberately have not included meeting details on the watch face.
The watch does show what time any meeting runs for, indicated as a series of segments, or rather in a ‘pie-chart’ form, on the watch face.
The water resistance is 5 ATM.
For an instant update from your phone to the watch, simply triple tap it. This will pull the data across immediately.
As soon as the phone gets signal and adjusts itself, the watch will follow automatically.
Yes. Only the new events would not be able to sync to the watch.
Other than that everything will function as it should, and your schedule will remain visible, correct as per the last time the phone and watch synced.
In fact the Calendar Watch holds your schedule for 48 hours, so if your phone died you would still have 2 days’ worth of your schedule with you.