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Update: Apple has now uploaded today’s three new Guided Tour videos to YouTube, as well. They are embedded below.

Apple this evening has updated its Apple Watch Guided Tour webpage with three new videos. These new videos highlight Apple Pay, Activity, and Workout features of the Apple Watch.

The videos demonstrate the ability to pay via Apple Pay on your Apple Watch, track your daily activity with the Activity app, and set workout goals, regiments, and track heart rate via the Workout app.

The Apple Pay video demonstrates the process of double clicking the side button to bring up your default card. From there, the video shows the process of adding additional cards and choosing between them from the Apple Watch. The Activity video shows how the app will suggest three simple tasks that will improve the quality of your life. The video goes on to demonstrate the process of setting up the more specific features of the app and shows how to take advantage of those features. Finally, the Workout app video shows how to navigate through the interface and set goals, track progress, and video achievements.

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Apple first launched this series of videos earlier this month. So far, there are videos for today’s three new additions, as well as Phone Calls, Siri interactions, Maps navigation, the Music app, Messages, Faces, and Digital Touch.

All of the videos are available on Apple’s Guided Tours webpage and should be uploaded to YouTube soon.

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