I have had my account on the forum for very long time, but due to a busy life, I've not posted much on the forum. I think this is my first topic. I've searched the forum for my questions but can't seem to find an answer, but I might look at the wrong place. So I'm sorry if all my questions has been answered before. If that's the case, then just post a link to the relevant topics and I'll read the answers there...
Well, I have a lot of questions:
Reasonly, I figured out that the iPhone app Sleep Time Free, which tracks your sleep and wakes you at the right moment makes a big difference for me. I woke up fresh, which is not the case every morning... Then I thought about the Fitbit smartwatch, which a few people have mentioned being accessible on the forum. This smartwatch tracks a lot of data while wearing it, and have the same sleep tracker, silent alarm which wakes you the right moment depending on how you sleep. My first question is: Can the Apple watch do the same thing as the Apple watch? If it can, then this is one more reason for me to get an Apple watch. Can the Fitbit do other accessible things which the Apple watch can't do?
Second question: A friend of mine wanna sel his first gen Apple watch for a cheep price. I'm not sure if I should buy this, buy the new series 1 watch or the series 2. I won't swim with my watch, so I don't care if it's water protected or not. GPS, well, that's on my phone anyway. I don't run and I don't do any sports accept for walking a lot and walk fast because I enjoy it. So, any good reason to pick the new series 1 or series 2?
Third question: I'm a Braille user, and I like Braille watches a lot, because I'm very often in siturations, where I need to check the time without disturbing other people. I was lucky to test the Apple watch a year ago. I found the watch really great, cool and useful in many siturations, but I couldn't deal by checking the time by speech. I wrote an article in my country about my experiences with the watch, which got a lot of blind people interested in the watch, but my conclusion was, that I couldn't deal with the way of checking the time. So I was very excited to read about the new tactic time feature. For you who have used Braille watches, what are your experiences with this new feature? Can you check the time as fast as using a Braille watch? I've heard the podcast where the feature is demonstrated, but I find it difficult to hear the vibration. How does the minutes counts if you choose the fastest setting which I don't remember what's called?
I know that's a lot of questions, but I hope to get them all answered. No hurry though. :)