Heads up for folks with an original (Series 0) Apple Watch. The watchOS 5 update, which Apple announced earlier today during its WWDC keynote, will not support the older hardware. Everyone else is safe though: watchOS 5 supports Series 1, 2 and 3 models.
A brand new Pride face for your Apple Watch has been discovered in watchOS. Featuring nicely animated threads of color, it’s scheduled to become available next Monday, June 4 at 12pm Pacific Time. Here’s how to activate your Apple Watch Pride face right now.
Elevated heart rate when you’ve been inactive can indicate health issues. Thankfully, you can have your Apple Watch alert you as soon as its sensor detects higher-than-normal heart frequency. Here’s how to set up and use the Elevated Heart Rate feature in watchOS.
The powerful Spark email client just changed the way teams use email, get things done and communicate with collaborative features like creating email together and such perks as discussing email privately, creating a link to an email message and more.
If you were hoping to buy an Apple Watch band in Denim Blue or Red Raspberry, you might already be out of luck. Many of the Spring Apple Watch bands, which were first announced in March, are already sold out.
The so-called Apple Watch Series 4 should be revealed this fall and feature the first new design for the wearable device since it launched. Let’s hope Apple’s next watch isn’t that much different than the ones on the market now.