watchOS 10 for Apple Watch features a redesigned interface (yet again, it seems like we get to learn and experience a new user interface frequently with Apple Watch as Apple continues to refine the user interface and user experience) and some exciting new features, and new Snoopy watch faces, and if you’re an Apple Watch … Read More
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Apple has released watchOS 10 for Apple Watch users to download and install onto their compatible watches. watchOS 10 includes a redesigned interface with an emphasis on widgets, redesigned system apps, some new watch faces, and more. Apple Watch users can update to watchOS 10 after updating iOS 17 on iPhone that is paired with … Read More
Want to get ahead of the curve and run watchOS 10 beta on your Apple Watch? WatchOS 10 features freshly redesigned apps, a new smart stacks feature, new watch faces, and other refinements to the Apple Watch operating system, and some advanced users may be interested in trying out the newest watchOS on their wrists. … Read More
Apple Watch has the ability to take screenshots, but for new Apple Watch devices and users, the screenshot feature is actually disabled by default. If you wish to enable the screenshot feature on Apple Watch, and learn how to take screenshots on Apple Watch, read along.
The Apple Watch has a handy feature allowing for splitting checks and calculating tips. If you’re not a human calculator, you’ll probably appreciate having this capability directly on your wrist, whether you’re dining out, or splitting other expenses. Here’s how you can split bills and calculate tips directly on Apple Watch.
Some iPhone and Apple Watch users have noticed the Crash Detection feature of their device is inappropriately activating during activities that do not involve car accidents. For example, some users are finding the crash detection feature is activated on rollercoasters, when skiing or snowboarding, while mountain biking or road biking, long boarding, and many other … Read More
Apple Watch users can now download and install watchOS 9 on their compatible devices. WatchOS 9 features improvements to the Activity and Health app, more sleep tracking capabilities, and many other small features and refinements. If you’re an Apple Watch user, you’ll want to download and install watchOS 9 (along with iOS 16 on the … Read More
Apple has announced a series of new Apple Watch models, including Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE, and Apple Watch Ultra.
Apple allows users to unlock their Macs using their Apple Watch, which is a super handy feature for users of both devices. As convenient as this may sound, the feature isn’t completely flawless though, and sometimes you may run into issues with the auto-unlocking Mac feature. Since Apple Watch and your Mac relies on a … Read More
Got a red dot on the screen of your Apple Watch? Wondering what the red dot is at the top of the Apple Watch screen? You’re certainly not alone, as many Apple Watch users are wondering what the red dot means, and perhaps how they can get rid of it on their device.
Want to unpair your Apple Watch from your iPhone for whatever reason? Maybe you want to pair it do a different iPhone, or unpair it for troubleshooting purposes? If you are facing any sort of connectivity issues with your Apple Watch, perhaps it’s getting randomly disconnected from your paired iPhone even when it’s nearby, for … Read More
Got an Apple Watch that is turned off and you want it to turn on, or perhaps you found an Apple Watch that is off and you want to turn it on to help return it to its owner? Turning on the Apple Watch is super easy but if you’ve new to the device you … Read More
Do you want to stop your Apple Watch from locking automatically every time you take it off the wrist? This can be easily done by disabling a feature called Wrist Detection on your Apple Watch. And of course if this is disabled on your watch, you can turn it back on.
Did you know that you can share a completely customized Apple Watch face with someone, whether one of your friends or family members? This allows them to use your exact watch face without having to go through all the customization by themselves.
Do you frequently connect to multiple Wi-Fi networks from your Apple Watch, say at work, school, coffee shops, airports, or other networks that aren’t yours? If so, you may want to safeguard your privacy by using private MAC addresses for the public Wi-Fi networks you connect to. Much like you can do so on iPhone … Read More
Don’t want Apple Watch to always be listening for the “Hey Siri” command? You can turn off Siri on Apple Watch if you want to stop it from listening to you, ready to take your commands. We’ll show you how to turn off the Siri listening feature Apple Watch, which still allows you to use … Read More
Did you know that Siri on Apple Watch can read out all the messages you receive, and even reply to them without having to take your iPhone out of your pocket? As long as you have a second-generation and newer AirPods or compatible Beats wireless headphones, you’ll be able to take advantage of this feature … Read More
If you’ve created a ton of Memojis using your Apple Watch or other Apple devices, you may certainly have a few that you don’t really use. If you’re planning to cut down the list of Memojis you have, you may be interested in deleting those unwanted Memojis right from your wrist with an Apple Watch, … Read More