It looks like some of the Apple Watch Series 4 customers are facing a repeated reboot issue due to a daylight-saving time bug. This is an issue more serious than most, the watch can spend a whole day stuck in a bootloop. The device would boot, try and load the complications, fail to load them, and then reboot again hoping to start up correctly each time. You can attempt to remove it from the app on your phone, if successful this will resolve the issue.
Reports about the Apple Watch Series 4 crashing and restarting due to DST are not a very big issue, and the issue should correct by itself tomorrow. Presumably a new watchOS update can be rolled out before daylight saving time comes to an ends in Europe (at the end of October) and in the U.S. (at the start of November).
Some users have had success changing the face through the Watch app on the iPhone, but the only surefire solution may be to wait until the shortened day is over. Apple has not released a statement concerning the problem yet, but they will most likely come up with a fix quite soon.
Apple this year has launched a bunch of gadgets in the global market. This limited-edition variant is different from the standard Series 4 model in several ways. Of course, this new version of the watch offers its little lot of new features that will please sports - the grid tariff is known.
Apple's limited-edition watch comes in 40 mm and 44 mm sizes. The Nike+ Series 4 is available for purchase in several countries, including the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia and some European and Asian markets. The microphone is now on the opposite side far away from the speaker to help reduce the echo and make calls clearer.