Apple Watch 2: You can’t see what you’re looking at with your new watch

Apple Watch Series 2 users can’t use the camera on their watches, and they can’t take selfies.

That means they can only see what they’re looking in front of them, a feature called “camera glasses.”

In the meantime, users can still use the Watchfaces app, but they have to turn off the “face detection” feature.

This means that if a face or other object is detected on the screen, you’ll get a pop-up notification telling you what to do.

If you’re not sure what that means, here’s an example:There are three possible ways to turn this off:On the Watch Faces app, select the “Face detection” checkbox, select “Turn off camera glasses.”

Or, on the Watch Settings app, choose “Camera glasses.”

On the watchOS app, go to Settings > Camera.

You can then turn off camera goggles if you don’t want to be able to see what your watch is looking at, and turn on face detection if you do.

If you’re using an iPhone, tap the gear icon at the top-right corner to go to Face Detection.