If you’re a fan of everything Star Trek and own an Apple smartwatch, then you will be over the moons of Jupiter with this news. You can now bring both worlds together with a range of custom-designed Facer Next-Generation Apple Watch faces. These watch faces are safe to use and they probably won’t beam you up at this point.
There are 7 stellar designs in total that allow you to live out your galactic dreams both day and night. When you compare these faces to others on offer by Apple, you’ll quickly see they are in a world of their own. Simply put, they are a must-have for any enthusiast of the Star Trek series.
Whether you consider yourself a Spock, a Sulu or a Scotty, Facer brings you a selection of different designs to suit every taste. If you are on the hunt for Next-Generation Apple Watch faces, you’ll be glad to hear there is something for everyone, from metric-intensive designs to more simplistic watch face styles.
Some have animations that transport you to the starry worlds above, and others display your favorite characters from the series. If you are a Trekie, why not check out the range of Star Trek Next-Generation designs below… because these watch faces boldly go where no face has gone before!
Named after the famous onboard computer system within the Star Trek universe, LCARS has all the possible metrics you could want jam-packed on this watch face. Navigate to new corners of the galaxy thanks to colorful features such as the central digital clock, your location displayed, the temperature and humidity, as well as the time our nearest yellow dwarf star (AKA the sun) rises and sets each day.
The Final Frontier
Sporting a plain background as dark as the eternal void of endless space, this simple watch design has a trio of hands with an orange and blue design that sweeps across the face. The famed Star Trek logo appears in the background. The numerals 12, 3, 6 and 9 will help you quickly discern the time from a single glance. Turning to night mode simplifies the design even further, creating a minimalistic monotone face.
Displaying a bird’s eye view of the famed Starship Enterprise-D, this watch face is just as cool as the spaceship itself. Packed with awesome tech, the Enerprise-D is sadly lacking on the holodeck front. This animated watch face really brings the universe to life. Stars rotate around the center alongside two stellar objects which look like galaxies ready to collide. The hour, minute and second hands are futuristically designed as well. This face is analog, with H, M and S denoting the passage of time.
A blast from the future, this watch face shows the iconic logo of the United Federation of Planets. The well-known interstellar group of over 150 representative galactic governments spans thousands of light-years. This watch on the other hand spans the 24 hour day. The minute and hour hands are represented by glowing beams of light emanating from the center of the face. The second-hand takes on the Star Trek famous delta insignia as it orbits freely around the edge of the timepiece.
Make It So
With the power of the bridge behind you on this watch face, there’s nothing you can’t do. Picard and Worf will help you tell the time and date, know the power left in your watch and view the weather too. But only terrestrial, not galactic. The red, blue, and gray theme is perfectly complemented by the diagonal lines which show the metrics. In night mode the faces of the bridge are replaced by a simple delta insignia logo in a black and white outline.
Keep things as simple as possible as you travel the interstellar ether with this pared-back watch design. The unique face displays the time in both digital and analog. The black and blue design works well together, with the concentric rings adding a minimalist look. This face will not only tell you the time and date but also your battery status. Don’t forget the weather – in written form rather than just symbols you have to decipher.
An easy-to-read digital watch face shows the time in large numerals with this design. This face also displays the date, the current actual AD date rather than the Stardate, as a temperature reading. In dark mode, the face switches to two-tone black and white, simply perfect when you want to save battery life. Not to mention making the display super simple to read when you’re half asleep.
Next-Generation Apple Watch Faces – Which One Will You Choose?
Did our list of Star Trek Apple Watch faces send you into overdrive? Are you downloading your favorite right now in warp speed? Let us know in the comments below which is your favorite!
Last Updated on March 18, 2022