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Update: Apple just uploaded the four new guided tours to its YouTube channel, as well. They are embedded below.

Apple has now updated its Apple Watch Guided Tour page with four more videos, featuring Phone Calls, Siri interactions, Maps navigation and the Music app. Apple began this series earlier in the month.

The videos demonstrate different Apple Watch features, such as taking a phone call, asking Siri for directions, getting navigation turn-by-turn directions in Maps or controlling music playback in the Music app.

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What is interesting is that Apple offers users the option to intermingle features in the different videos. For instance, Apple demonstrates using Siri to make a phone call as part of the Phone Calls guided tour video. Reflecting the many different input mechanisms, Apple clearly expects users to interact with Apple Watch in a variety of ways.

Regarding the Music app, the video shows that users can choose a synced playlist in the Apple Watch companion app on the iPhone. The iPhone will then send those songs over to the watch, when it is charging, so they can be stored independently of the phone. As we previously reported, Apple Watch has 2 GB of onboard storage available for songs.

The company is still teasing that guided tour videos for Apple Pay, the Activity app and Workout app are still ‘coming soon’. As the Apple Watch is available to customers from April 24th, in about two weeks time, they are assumedly imminent. Apple should upload these to its YouTube channel shortly. For now, check the videos out on The videos are also featured inside the Apple Watch app on the iPhone itself.

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