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.
watchOS 4.3 reinstated the ability to browse and control music on your paired iPhone, enabled new features like portrait Nightstand mode, squashed several bugs and fixed more than a dozen vulnerabilities.
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.
Third-party developers are now taking advantage of the built-in GPS and altimeter in Apple Watch Series 3, as well as custom workout APIs released in watchOS 4.2, to enable tracking of specialized metrics and the ability to find their friends on the mountain with a glance at the wrist.