May 1, 2015 — The Apple Watch is designed to automatically detect when it’s on your wrist so that you can receive notifications, access the watch’s functions, and track your heart rate. But Apple fans who already have an Apple Watch in hand — or on their wrist — report that the watch doesn’t always work properly on tattooed skin. Read More
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