You can take calls with a headset as well though.
All the best
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this is my own personal preference buti love the watch with the iphone,
haven't really had much experience with headsets but i like that i can tell
via the watch that i'm getting a call, i have been known to miss them before
i had the watch and my phone was in my bag.
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Subject: [access-uk] Apple watch versus iPhone with Bluetooth headset
I'm thinking of buying an Apple Watch but I'm not sure what advantage over
the iPhone with a Bluetooth headset the Apple Watch has. There is the
haptic feedback for Maps and the tactile touch time facility on the watch,
but what else does the watch do that I can't do with a Bluetooth headset and
Also, could I use a Bluetooth headset with the Watch and iPhone, and is
there any point in doing this?