A little over a week ago, we told you about a development dubbed Legizmo Kincaid that would allow even those without a jailbreak to pair Apple Watches running newer versions of watchOS with iPhones running outdated versions of iOS.
Apple Watch Ultra customers began receiving their new smartwatches this Friday either by shipping courier or by going to a retail store to pick one up. If you were lucky enough to acquire an Apple Watch Ultra and you’re wondering what the first things you should do with it are, then you’ve come to the right place.
Like many others, I was quick to order an Apple Watch Ultra just as the window to do so opened, and I received my Apple Watch on launch day. The two-week wait gave me plenty of time to research and think about what strap or band I would want use with it daily.
If you were among one of the first to pre-order the new Apple Watch Ultra after Apple finished presenting it at this month’s event, then you’d be lucky to have a delivery day of this Friday, September 23rd. Many who pre-ordered Apple’s latest and greatest wearable are seeing delays in getting their order shipped, but one absurdly lucky individual seems to have received their Apple Watch Ultra today… two days ahead of schedule.
Lots of jailbreakers are familiar with how it feels to run an older version of iOS while still attempting to buy the latest Apple Watch. In many cases, the Apple Watch’s newer firmware requires a newer installation of iOS, which wouldn’t be jailbreakable, and that’s why a jailbreak tweak called Legizmo exists.
Learn how to download iOS 16 on your iPhone, install the watchOS 9 software on your Apple Watch and update your Apple TV HD or Apple TV 4K to tvOS 16.
Low-power mode isn't just for Apple Watch Ultra, it's also coming to older models when the watchOS 9 software gets publicly released on September 12.
If your Apple Watch Series 3 restarts unexpectedly, be sure to download and install the watchOS 8.7.1 update which fixes this apparent reboot bug.
watchOS 9 was rumored to gain a low-power mode, but looks like this helpful battery-saving feature might be exclusive to the upcoming Apple Watch Series 8.
Read Apple's watchOS 9 system requirements and check the official device compatibility list to verify that your Apple Watch model can run this update.
The Siri smart assistant has learned a new voice command in iOS 16, enabling you to toggle Apple's assistive feature, dubbed Auto-Answer Calls, hands-free.
As is par for the course, Apple announced new things today at it's annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote. And considering how popular watchOS is, of course the platform was going to get stage time at this year's event. That's why we have watchOS 9, which comes with a plethora of new features, especially those built towards health-related functionality. Here's a look at what's new in the smartwatch's upcoming update.