If an app on your Apple Watch unexpectedly quits, stops responding, freezes, crashes, or won’t open, there’s a solution to that. Just follow this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to force quit a misbehaving app on your Apple Watch running any recent version of watchOS, including watchOS 8.
This tutorial shows you the steps to sign out of iCloud and your Apple ID (both are the same) on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac. It also mentions the steps to sign in again. The entire process is easy but has some consequences. Let us tell you everything about this.
Apple Watch's Time to Walk feature is bringing a new episode featuring Prince William to Fitness+ subscribers and fans of the Apple Music 1 radio on December 6.
If you're unable to find an app that you know you have installed, this article will help. It shows you several methods regarding how to unhide apps on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Once you do that, it'll become easier to see, open and use that application now and in the future.
The holidays are approaching, meaning it's time for Nomad's annual Black Friday sale. Starting today, you can get 30% off products site-wide and up to 90% off clearance. We've rounded up some of our favorite deals below!
Hot on the heels of Apple releasing iOS 15.1.1 to the public earlier this week, which patched a relatively smaller issue, Apple is back with another update. But this one's for the Apple Watch. Specifically, for the Apple Watch Series 7, which has apparently run into some charging issues for some owners out in the wild.
A new privacy protection feature in Apple Mail that launched alongside iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 isn't actually supported when using the company's Mail app on Apple Watch.
Apple reportedly intends to unveil a new feature in 2022 for its iPhone and Apple Watch devices that would automatically place a call to emergency services such as 911 in the United States immediately after a car accident has been detected.
Things are still not quite up to par, as far as availability and shipping is concerned with a range of products, but that doesn't stop companies from releasing new products. Apple, for instance, kept things pretty standard through the end of 2021, and, unsurprisingly, it still worked out pretty well for the company that continues to rake in money on a regular basis.
Hot on the heels of releasing iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to the public, Apple is already hard at work on the follow-up. As such, a period of beta testing is part of the process. Which means developers now get to try out iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 ahead of a public launch later this year.
Apple is set to issue a new Apple Watch activity challenge to owners of its smartwatch, meant to commemorate the upcoming Veterans Day holiday in the US on November 11.
It has been in the works for weeks now, but the wait is finally over. Along with the public release of macOS Monterey 12, Apple has also released the next big updates for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Now, users with eligible devices at their disposal can download and install iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 for free.