I’m not sure where I got this idea, but I thought the fire and water faces Apple uses to promote the latest Watch Series 4 upgrade were exclusive to that series. But I have a Series 2 and they’re available.

I found a few neat extras about them too:

  • Fire and water are combined into a single face aptly named “Fire & Water.” This makes it easy to force press the face, then scroll the Digital Crown to switch between elements on the fly
  • You can tap each element to rotate between a couple different versions of that effect
  • This face has a third option that combines the two. Tap the face to randomly rotate all versions of fire and water effects
  • By default this face doesn’t display complications, but you can add three: top left, top right, and across the bottom

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