Are you planning to sell your Apple Watch, pass it down to someone else, or send it for trade-in? Here are all the important things you must do to ensure the private information stored on your Apple Watch is not accidentally disclosed to others, and the next user can easily pair the wearable with their iPhone.
Apple Watch Tips
Apple Watch tips every user should know. Learn how to get the most out of your Apple Watch by reading these simples tips and tricks.
Some people prefer setting their watches a few minutes ahead in order to provide themselves with a mental buffer when it comes to time. The basic psychology behind such a thing is that it makes it so that you're always "ahead" from a timing standpoint.
Apple has included a handy feature in the Apple Watch settings just for folks that like to run a few minutes ahead. This tutorial shows you how to display advance time on your watch face.
A clean Apple Watch band not only looks presentable but also increases comfort, significantly reduces the chance of skin irritations, and prevents damage and discoloration to the band. Plus, cleaning your watch band removes the unpleasant smell that might have developed due to sweat, dirt, etc.
In this guide, we will tell you all you need to know about how to clean your Apple Watch band depending on what it is made of.
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.
Learn how to use the built-in Camera Remote app on your Apple Watch to take pictures, Live Photos, and record videos, on your iPhone.
Your Apple Watch is like your other devices when it comes to storage space. You have limits. We’ve shown you how to check your Apple Watch storage and see how much space apps are using. So here, we’ll show you some ways to free up space on your Apple Watch.
In this tutorial, we will help you explore various accessibility settings that make it easy for you to see and interact with your Apple Watch screen.
Having difficulty seeing the small text on the already small Apple Watch screen? This tutorial shows you how to increase the text size of your Apple Watch so that it becomes easier to read the text and use your smartwatch comfortably.
If you have a hard time discerning the user interface text on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV or Apple Watch, it's time to switch to the bold text option. Follow along with us as we show you how to display system text in boldface characters on your Apple devices.
Your Apple Watch is smart and so are you. But like any other tech gadget that you’re new to using, it takes a bit time to get used to the ins and outs along with the terminology.
If you’re going to peruse our Apple Watch how-tos or read some of Apple’s guides, you’ll want to know what things are and how to find them like the Dock and Control Center. You’ll also need to know where to find settings for stuff like, well, Settings, and even Bluetooth.
Here, we’ll answer some of the most common questions about where to find something on your Apple Watch.
Looking for a bit of fun or quirkiness on your Apple Watch? This tutorial explains how to use the Memoji watch face with your own Memoji or an Animoji and see it move!
When Apple released watchOS 7, it introduced some great new features. Apple Watch wearers can use Family Setup, create a Memoji, and make sure to wash their hands for 20 seconds. But with watchOS 7 came some other changes that are still head scratchers. One of these changes is how to clear your notifications.
You used to be able to clear all of your alerts at once with a handy Force Touch gesture. But if you have the latest watchOS version on your Apple Watch, you might be wondering what happened to the gesture and how to clear notifications now.