Quiet notifications in watchOS get sent straight to your Notification Center without lighting up the display, sounding an alert or buzzing your wrist. Here’s how you can manage Apple Watch notifications with Instant Tuning and have them delivered quietly so you don’t get inundated with boring alerts for things that don’t interest you.
Apple Watch Series 4 can detect hard falls and if required, initiate a call to emergency services and alert your emergency contacts. Off by default, it turns on automatically if you’re 65+ years old. In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to enable, set up and use this potentially life-saving feature.
New emoji coming to iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch this fall with iOS 12.1 include fresh characters with red hair, gray hair and curly hair, a brand-new emoji for bald people, more emotive smiley faces and additional emoji representing animals, sports and foods.
The new Fire, Vapor, Water and Liquid Metal faces are more special than meets the eye. Rather than render them in CGI software, Apple has actually set things on fire in a studio, using real water and vapor elements to create these gorgeous new motion faces in the watchOS 5 software.
Having too low a heart frequency after being inactive for 10 minutes could mean your heart isn’t pumping enough blood to your body, which in turn might point to bigger issues. Here’s how to toggle on the potentially life-saving low heart rate notifications on your Apple Watch.
Apple’s new watch brings a pair of faces specifically designed for the new complication families. Learn about the engaging, full-color complication on Series 4 and how they take full advantage of the new, rounder, fifteen percent larger display.
Starting March 2019, all new iPhone and universal iOS apps and their updates must be built with the iOS 12 SDK and support the new iPhone XS Max, Apple’s highest-resolution iPhone yet. All new watch apps and updates will need to be built with the watchOS 5 SDK and support the new Apple Watch Series 4.