The Apple Watch is just weeks away from launching and now we know exactly what the app you’ll use to manage it on your iPhone looks like. 9to5Mac is sharing some screencaps of the Apple Watch iPhone app that were taken by developer Hamza Sood, who recently activated the Apple Watch Settings part of the official app. As you’ll see below, your iPhone will give you plenty of ways to manage your Apple Watch’s key functions such as notifications.

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In this screenshot, for example, you can see the main My Watch interface that will let you put the watch into Airplane Mode, manage its notifications, manage its brightness and volume levels, and decide what health information you want it to track.

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Drilling down a little further, we see the different options available under Sound & Haptics management, including the ability to mute your Apple Watch’s notifications sound just by covering it and to give you haptic alerts just before certain kinds of noise-based alerts kick in.

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These are just a couple screenshots showing off the Apple Watch iPhone app. To get the rest, you should really check out 9to5Mac’s full gallery by clicking here.

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