There's an interesting, if probably meaningless, omission from the list of watch faces on the Timekeeping page of the apple.com Apple Watch site. That page lists nine faces that Apple Watch will ship with: Chronograph, Color, Modular, Utility, Mickey Mouse, Simple, Motion, Solar, and Astronomy. But the original Watch press release issued in September makes it clear that there will actually be eleven faces on the shipping Watch; the two faces unaccountably omitted from the Watch site are Timelapse and Photo. Both of those faces have been fairly noticeable on various materials Apple has published; for example, the "Introducing Apple Watch" short film (available here) that premiered at the September event appears to contain images of two Timelapse faces (one depicting Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament in London, the other a mountain lake), as well as a Photo face (with a backlit picture of people on a beach at sunset). The same three faces can also be seen on various marketing images Apple has circulatedsuch as the one posted here. All of this isn't intended as a criticism, or at least a harsh one, of Apple. In fact, it's nearly the opposite: I think the Timelapse face looks beautiful, and I expect that it may well be the face that I most frequently use on the Watch (42mm SS-silver with black sport band) that I hope to have on my wrist by the end of April. I just wish we had more information about these two faces at this point. For example, with regard to Timelapse: are there just the two landscapes (Westminster and mountains)? Will there be more (I hope so )? Obviously the general idea of the watch face is that we can watch midday turn to evening, to night, morning, and so on, as our own day progresses; how many actual images are part of the sequence? And, given that Westminster is such a specific and identifiable place on the globe, will the time-lapsing process on that one be anchored to GMT? Or, if the Watch is being worn in a place thats far east or west of Greenwich, will Timelapse more or less pretend that Westminster is in the wearers time zone? The Photo face seems more self-explanatory; presumably we set it up in a manner thats very little different than the way we choose wallpaper on an iPhone or iPad. It would be interesting, though, to find out whether we have a choice of digital or analog clock, and whether that clock can be moved around on the screen at all. Finally, I wonder if the sort-of-missing Photo face provides an answer to a particular low-level mystery that has been discussed on various blogs (such as Cult of Mac, here): as captured in a video (posted on that page) from the September event, an Apple employee accidentally exposed an element of the face-changing function of the watch that involves what CoM calls a big white + button. Various parties have theorized that that button is used to add new faces, and thats certainly possiblebut couldnt it also be for choosing/uploading a photo for the Photo face? Anyway. Regardless of any of this, it seems just weird to me that Apple left both Timelapse and Photo off of the Timekeeping page, and that they really havent provided (AFAICT) much information about either one otherwise. Especially with the level of craftsmanship that appears to have gone into Timelapse. Hmph.