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
Did you know that your Apple Watch can be used to measure the noise levels in your environment? That’s right, you no longer need to use special equipment to measure ambient sound levels, as you can do it right from your wrist.
Ever wished the text on Apple Watch was easier to read? You can increase legibility while looking at your Apple Watch by enabling bold text on your Apple Watch.
Did you make a great Memoji from Apple Watch and you want to show it off? Apple Watch users may be excited to know that you can now set your favorite Memoji as your watch face.
Did you know that you can now create Memojis right from your wrist with the help of your Apple Watch? Indeed, you can now create, edit, and delete Memojis without using your paired iPhone out of the pocket, you can do it all right from Apple Watch.
Did you know you can add music to your Apple Watch, storing the music locally for listening even if the Watch is not connected to your nearby iPhone? This is a useful feature if you often leave your phone sitting aside whether at home while doing chores, or perhaps when you’re out for a jog … Read More
Did you know that Apple Watch can notify you if you’re having an abnormally high heart rate? This is a health feature that’s not enabled by default, but it’s pretty easy to set up and use.
Did you know that your Apple Watch can be utilized as a pulse oximeter of sorts? That’s right, you don’t have to spend extra money on a separate device to get blood oxygen data. This is a feature on the newer Apple Watch models, and it’s pretty straightforward to use too.
Is your Apple Watch not accurately tracking your morning walks, workouts, and other fitness activities? This is something that can be resolved by resetting the fitness calibration data on your Apple Watch. This is pretty easy to do.
Do you want to disable location services on your Apple Watch? Perhaps, you want to temporarily turn it off due to privacy concerns, or you just want to save the remaining battery? Either way, it’s pretty easy to turn off location features on an Apple Watch.