The process of updating the watchOS operating system on your Apple Watch is tremendously slow, especially with major watchOS releases that often weigh in more than a gigabyte. But thanks to iDownloadBlog’s simple yet effective trick, you can dramatically speed up the slowest part of the update process: sending the installer to your watch.
Your Apple Watch dock puts your favorite and most used apps at the ready. You can easily select which apps you’d like to see in your Dock, remove individual apps from it or adjust how your items are arranged in the Dock.
With the right dongle to connect your Apple Watch to iTunes through its diagnostics port, you can put the wearable device in DFU mode which lets you reinstall its software, downgrade to an older watchOS version and more.
Scribble can be awesome. It allows Apple Watch users to discreetly scrawl text replies on their wrists, no iPhone keyboard necessary. For all its glory, in the wrong environment it can appear outright fiddly, especially on the smaller screen model and even more especially if uninitiated to the software. Oddly, there is not that much information out there on the sweet feature, which is inconsequential and not conducive to Scribble’s future place in watchOS.
Behind the curtain, Scribble has a couple of tricks up its sleeve that will appreciably lift your game at writing on the watch, both in terms of speed and technique. So no matter if you are a regular user of the feature or have abandoned it a while ago, let’s shine a light on a couple of knacks and see if it is going to better your relationship with Scribble.
One of the predominant selling points of Apple Watch has always been the notion of having a chummy, yet inspiring fitness pal on your wrist. Since its inception, Apple Watch’s App Store has therefore given rise to a plethora of apps, offering new ways to conduct and manage physical exercise, ranging from running to yoga companions and everything lying in between.
Focussing on one particular branch in the field of exercise – strength training from the comfort of your home or gym – we have put some time aside to cut through the clutter and size up todays’ most prominent apps in the segment. If you are currently on the lookout for a personal trainer on your wrist, here are the best exercise apps for Apple Watch you will want to consider.
Among a myriad of varied health and fitness focused enhancements, watchOS 3 makes pausing and resuming your runs in the stock Workout app a frictionless experience, based on the inclusion of a new feature which taps into built-in sensors to determine when you start and stop moving. This new feature doesn’t require a dedicated GPS so it’ll work on every Apple Watch model.
Even better, you can enable it with just one tap, here’s how.