The new Apple Watch Pride Edition bands and watch faces just launched in support of the global LGBTQ+ community, just in time for Pride month in June.
Apple is celebrating Black History Month with a special Apple Watch band and an accompanying Unity Lights watch face inspired by Afrofuturism.
To spice up the look of your Apple Watch, you may not want to stick with one watch face only. If you wish to easily and quickly switch different watch faces, edit them, delete ones you don't like, and more, this brief tutorial has you covered.
Automations can be wonderful. You can make things happen with a one-time action and have them repeat. And with the Shortcuts app on iPhone you can set up personal automations for your Apple Watch.
One such automation you may find handy is changing your Watch face based on time of day, location, or action. For instance, you might like a certain face in the morning as your day is starting and a different one as your evening begins. As another example, you might prefer a particular face for when you head to the office and another when you arrive home.
Carrot Fertility co-founder and designer Arun Venkatesan has shared an interesting deep dive into the history of five iconic real-life watches that are said to have inspired five classic Apple Watch faces, including the Chronograph and Chronograph Pro.
The next Apple Watch update is around the corner and with it comes a brand new Apple Watch face, inspired by the colors of the Pan-African flag, that changes dynamically as you move.
When Apple released watchOS 7 they included a Memoji app letting you get creative with Memojis right from Apple Watch. And with that, you can use a Memoji Watch face to show off those you create or the Animojis if you prefer.
The Memoji Watch face is a nifty new way to display something fun and unique. And keep in mind, the images aren’t static. So you’ll see the face move and make expressions. Plus if you tap it, you can have the character make a silly face. Here, we’ll show you how to set it up and customize it on your Apple Watch.
One of the new features that came with watchOS 7 was the ability to share Apple Watch faces. This is an awesome way to share faces with your friends or family who have similar interests; both in face appearance and functions.
You can share an Apple Watch face with all of the visual elements as well as the complications. So if you create the most amazing face that you know your bestie would love, share it! Along with that, you can share your Apple Watch face online. So if you add it to your blog or show it off on social media, others can see it and then download and use it too!
Here, we’ll cover the basics of sharing an Apple Watch face from your Watch or iPhone along with how to share it online and how to use a shared face yourself.
The Face Gallery section in the Watch app has tons of watch faces to choose from. It's also in this section you can customize and manage your Apple Watch faces. However, if you want to create a custom watch face or get an exciting one that’s different than what Apple offers, you have some easy options.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create and use beautiful custom watch faces on your Apple Watch.
Apple last Thursday seeded the first beta of the upcoming watchOS 7.1 software update to its registered developers, but the company's new Blood Oxygen app along with the new watch faces from watchOS 7.0 appear to be missing from the release. Here's what's going on...
Apple will release its major new watchOS 7 software update later today, in testing since the summer. Ahead of the launch, the company shared a cool video via its YouTube channel highlighting all the new Apple Watch faces available in watchOS 7.
Apple provides us terrific faces for Apple Watch. From functional to attractive, you have plenty of options. But one thing you have that Apple does not is your memories. So if you want to put your adorable pooch or smiling child on your Apple Watch as you’re perusing the Photos app, you have an easy way to do it.
Here’s how to create an Apple Watch face directly from the Photos app on your iPhone.