Apple `Watch Series 4` crashing, rebooting owing to bug

Donna Miller
October 10, 2018

Now it seems that Apple has created a watch which can not tell the time. Some users have dealt with the issue by removing the watch face through the iPhone companion app. "I added the Infograph faces - still good", one Reddit user said.

This is caused by the Activity complication, which fails when the time changes by an hour. Although the exact problem has not yet been diagnosed, it appears that the large Activity complication simply can not handle drawing its graph with one of those 24 hour missing.

Are Complications only limited to the Larger Activity area?

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With Daylight Saving Time (DST) now in effect in Australia, some users claim the watch has re-calibrated and remedied the issue. Apple has not released a statement concerning the problem yet, but they will most likely come up with a fix quite soon.

This is still a very new bug which has yet to be officially confirmed by Apple itself. Even an iOS 9 update a few years ago managed to disable people's alarms, and iOS 11.1.2 crashed iPhones when they hit 12:15 AM on December 2nd last year.

For the Apple Watch Series 4 Nike+ with a dial 40mm, it will be 429 euros on the official website of Apple. Of course, this new version of the watch offers its little lot of new features that will please sports - the grid tariff is known. Further, the watch comes with the Nike Run Club app and Nike Training Club app, which offers more than 180 workouts. While the 44mm GPS model is available at $429 and the 44mm GPS + Cellular model is available for $529. In the USA, the Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 is priced between $399 and $499, while additional bands can be bought for $49 each. Although ECG feature is only available in the U.S. for now. Apple has also completely redesigned the speaker, making it 50% louder.

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