Watch Os 5

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    speeds Active Member

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    Seems works best on LTE watch.
     
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    the new podcast feature is a little too buggy. it is tedious getting episodes removed and added. tried the basic fixes (like powering down both watch and iPhone) but still unsuccessful. does anyone else have these issues?
     
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    Siri raise to speak not working on series 3? I can’t make it to work kasi
     
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    its intermittent on mine.
     
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    When in messages, do you also have the grayed out “pay” button?
     
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    no, I don't. by the way, the buggy podcast feature I mentioned earlier is now running smoothly.
     
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    My series 3 after updating to watch os 5 B474C878-B0CD-46D1-BFA3-1812939B5791.jpeg
     
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