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# 257287 24-Sep-2019 12:24
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I bought a series 5 yesterday, and while setting up apps, I wanted to try BNZ.
For whatever reason, the application doesn’t seem to recognise my series 5. Has anyone else had this issue??

the watch tells me to open and login to banking on my phone, which I’ve done. And the settings > Apple Watch part of the app can’t seem to detect my watch.






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  # 2323928 24-Sep-2019 13:25
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The BNZ app itself may need an update to support the new Apple Watch series 5 and/or WatchOS v6.

 

 


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  # 2324005 24-Sep-2019 14:16
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The BNZ app on my Apple Watch 3 crashes after I installed WatchOS 6 the other day. I’m running the latest BNZ app update, so it seems to be some issue with WatchOS 6.

 
 
 
 




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  # 2324008 24-Sep-2019 14:18
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Dynamike: The BNZ app on my Apple Watch 3 crashes after I installed WatchOS 6 the other day. I’m running the latest BNZ app update, so it seems to be some issue with WatchOS 6.


Ah. Yeah okay, as long as it’s the OS and not something else. Not sure how useful the BNZ app is on the watch, but would be nice to set it up.

Will have to wait for future updates...!





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  # 2324025 24-Sep-2019 14:43
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All my BNZ app does is give account balances.

WatchOS 6 seems quite buggy... Mickey wont speak the time anymore for example. I gather from Mac Rumours that there’s a WatchOS 6.01 update coming tomorrow.



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  # 2324936 25-Sep-2019 23:44
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EDIT: Scratch that. Got further now that I'm back in NZ, but the app just crashes now. Bit the Apple Watch is at least detected in the app.

 

 






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