Following new betas for iOS, macOS and tvOS this morning, Apple has seeded the second watchOS 5.1.3 beta to developers. The release comes just over a week after the first beta, and it can be installed via the Apple Watch app by those with the appropriate configuration profile.
Did you know that you can use the new electrical heart sensor in Apple Watch Series 4 to improve your regular heart rate readings, even if you’re not at least 22 years old and don’t live in the United States?
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.
Following the release of macOS Mojave 10.14.2 beta 2, Apple on Wednesday released new betas to developers for iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1 and watchOS 5.1.2. It’s the second beta for the iOS and tvOS updates, and the first for watchOS.
A handy notification icon—a little red dot at the top of your watch face—appears every time you get a new notification. Do you find it a bit distracting? If so, follow the steps laid out in this tutorial to hide the notification icon so it no longer appears when you have unread notifications.