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How to write your name / Apple logo on your Apple Watch

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Apple Watch is still new in market. The best wearable device made my Apple is Apple Watch. Haters are going to  hate and lovers are going to love and newbies will love it more. This is what happens with Apple products. As it’s in Watch OS 1 officially. The WatchOS2 beta is released which gives you many ways to customize your Apple watch and if you want to update your Apple watch to WatchOS2 now then register your device to Apple Developer Account here.  On watchOS1 there is very limited customization availble, yet apple didn’t allow third party on Apple Watch. From WatchOS2 you will enjoy your Apple watch more. Third party will be there to open up a new era of customization. In fact many of you will be suprised to know that you can add Apple logo / Your name on your Apple watch face. This is very easy and it can be done in any version of Apple WatchOS. Completely free.

Today I am going to teach you how you can write your own name / put Apple logo / any logo on your Apple watch face. So lets get started now.

How to add Apple logo  / Your Name on Apple Watch:

Step 1: Open the Apple Watch App on your iPhone.
Step 2: Scroll Down on settings and go to Clock
Step 3: Now Go to Monogram
Step 4: Now You can write your Name / copy-paste “” logo.
Step 5: Now See your Apple Watch Clock faces. You will see the Apple logo / your name on your Apple Watch.

Check this video for more video instructions:

If you want then you can use iOS 9 and WatchOS2 right now by registering your Apple Watch / iPhone udid to Apple Developer Account. Enjoy. Don’t forget to like and subscribe.

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