Apple Pay on the Apple Watch is an incredibly convenient way to pay for stuff in stores that support it. But if you’re seeing the wrong card when you invoke the payment service on your device, then never fear—we’ll tell you how to change it!
Whether you’re a bulking bodybuilder or just someone who pays attention to his weight, the Apple Watch can help. It can tell you both how much energy you’re using at rest and how much you use while you’re active, and with those numbers, you can figure out what’s best for your body! We’ve got the scoop in this article.
By default, Apple Watch wearers will receive several reminders each day to use the Breathe app, which helps train users in deep breathing for better health. But if you don’t plan to use this feature, Breathe reminders quickly becoming annoying. Here’s how to turn off or manage Breathe reminders on your Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch’s Control Center is a one-stop shop for handy tools, like Airplane Mode and Do Not Disturb. With watchOS 5, we can even rearrange its icons, so come find out how!
Features like AirDrop and the ability to unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch require that Wi-Fi be enabled on your Mac. But what if you prefer to use a hardwired Ethernet network instead? Here’s how to configure your Mac to use both Ethernet and Wi-Fi simultaneously for the best of both worlds.
Apple’s Find My iPhone app is great when you have no idea where your iPhone is. But if you know that your iPhone is somewhere in your house, and you have an Apple Watch on your wrist, here’s how to quickly send an audible ping to your iPhone, helping you find it before you resort to tossing couch cushions.
Looking for a compact stand to charge your iPhone and Apple Watch? There are plenty of options, but many of them are quite expensive. Here’s a look at a hefty, attractive charging stand that costs just $17.
We’re fans of the Activity Sharing feature on the Apple Watch, which lets you keep track of how much exercise you’re getting compared to your pals. But if you’re tired of seeing “Jack finished a workout!” 35 times a week, we’re here for you. We’ve got the details on how to turn off those notifications for all of your friends or for one person at a time.
In the latest versions watchOS and iOS, there’s a new setting that will really help you stay in the moment while you’re working out. Plus, it’ll enable and disable itself automatically! We’re here to give you all of the details.
TekRevue’s Jim Tanous joined The Mac Observer’s John Martellaro, freelance tech journalist Jackie Dove, and host Chuck Joiner on this week’s MacJury roundtable to discuss the announcements from Apple’s March event.