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Old 09-19-2019, 06:18 PM
 
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Hello all. Maybe I am tripping, but I was wearing my apple watch, I took it off to charge it. Then I had an incoming call coming in at that same moment. So my phone started to vibrate and ring, and also my watch, as it was off my wrist already, not charging yet. Then at the same time my wrist, left hand area where I normally wear the apple watch also vibrated. I tripped out so bad, and had nobody around me to verity if I am going crazy. I did not answer the call because this was a different experience for me. But I am just wondering, is this normal, what happened there?

Do I have powers now?
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Old Today, 11:57 AM
 
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No, it’s fairly common. Many people even have phantom phone vibrations when their phone is not even ringing.
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