With increasing awareness of the dangers of excessive sitting, Apple Watch will remind you every hour to take a break, stand up, and walk around. But such reminders aren’t always accurate or appropriate for every user. Here’s a quick tip on how to turn off Apple Watch stand reminders.
Even after limiting the number and type of notifications that can show up on your Apple Watch, you’ll still occasionally find yourself with several unread notifications queued up. Don’t waste time dismissing them one-by-one. Instead, use a Force Touch gesture to clear them all at the same time. Here’s how to do it.
The ability to take screenshots on your iPhone or iPad is incredibly useful for demonstrating apps, sharing memorable moments, or helping others troubleshoot a problem, and taking Apple Watch screenshots is just as easy. Here’s how to do it.
Now that the Apple Watch is finally on your wrist, here’s how much damage you can do to it and still receive warranty support from Apple.
It’s still April 23rd in most of the United States, but it’s already Apple Watch launch day in other parts of the world, and the dedicated folks at iFixit have already obtained their wearable sacrifice for one of the company’s legendary teardowns.
Apple just opened the floodgates for Apple Watch apps, a day before the device’s initial launch. But with thousands of apps now ready for Apple Watch, finding the right apps for your wrist may be difficult. Here’s a few resources to help you find the best Apple Watch apps as they become available.
Microsoft is moving quickly to embrace Apple Watch, releasing updates to its PowerPoint and OneDrive apps this week that let users view photos and navigate presentations on Apple’s new wearable device.
A deluge of Apple Watch and iPhone accessories are about to hit the market, but one of the more interesting options is the just-announced Dual Charging Dock Organizer from DODOcase, which lets you charge both your iPhone and Apple Watch in a stylish portable enclosure that can also store your cables and headphones while on the go.
Apple Watch is the first Apple product that you really have to try in person before you buy. Factors such as size, color, material, and band make it a truly personal device. But instead of fighting the crowds in Apple Retail Stores, why not have an Apple Watch mailed to you for testing? Enter Lumoid, the first of likely many companies that promises to provide a try-before-you-buy rental for Apple’s latest device.