Tag Archive: WatchOS


Your guide to all the latest iOS, tvOS and watchOS features

Along with the iPhone SE and new 9.7″ iPad Pro, Apple also announced and released a slew of new software updates this week — bringing all-new features to your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Find out what’s awaiting you in the new updates, as well as how to update them in today’s videos, which […]

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WatchOS 2.2 and tvOS 9.2 Updates Available to Download

Apple has released watchOS 2.2 for Apple Watch, and tvOS 9.2 for Apple TV. The new software updates include a variety of feature improvements and bug fixes and are recommended to users of Apple Watch and Apple TV to install on their respective hardware. WatchOS 2.2 WatchOS 2.2 includes some minor new features and updates … Read More

Apple drops tvOS 9.2 and watchOS 2.2

The new Apple TV is finally getting folders for apps today, thanks to the public release of tvOS 9.2 that is available now to all fourth-gen Apple TV users. Apple touted the new update today at an event, previewing new features like app folders, support for Bluetooth keyboards, voice-to-text dictation for text entry fields, a […]

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Beta 6 of iOS 9.3, OS X 10.11.4, tvOS 9.2, and WatchOS 2.2 Released for Testing

Apple has released a bevy of beta software updates for users participating in the public beta and developer beta testing programs, including iOS 9.3 beta 6, OS X 10.11.4 beta 6, watchOS 2.2 beta 6, and tvOS 9.2 beta 6. Each new build continues to emphasize bug fixes and refinements to the beta releases as … Read More

watchOS 2.1 is out with lots of language support and bug fixes

Apple Watch owners received a new software update this morning in the form of watchOS 2.1. The new update comes over a month after watchOS 2.0.1 was made available to the public and contains a number of bug fixes and performance improvements to go with expanded system language support. WatchOS 2.1 can be downloaded via […]

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Where are all the watchOS 2 fitness apps?

WatchOS 2 offers cool new features for third-party fitness apps. But a week after its launch, most leading fitness apps have yet to go native and take advantage of the Apple Watch update. So what’s up? The answer may lie in Apple’s new workout API, which does not provide the GPS coordinates required for apps to map your […]

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Become an Apple Watch time traveler with watchOS 2

If there’s one thing we could all benefit from, it’s more time in the day. Unfortunately, Time Travel on the new Apple Watch operating system, watchOS 2, won’t actually let you travel back in time to get a few extra hours of Netflix in, no matter which edition you purchased. However, watchOS 2 does now […]

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How to keep your Apple Watch display on longer in watchOS 2

Here’s another tip that’s snuck into watchOS 2: Did you know that you can keep your Apple Watch awake longer now while you’re using it? Apple hasn’t mentioned this feature much, if at all; we couldn’t even find it on the details screen when we upgraded. But it’s a great addition to the firmware that […]

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How to set up third-party complications in watchOS 2

Third-party complications have arrived to the Apple Watch in watchOS 2, and setting them up is far from complicated. The new operating system for Apple’s wearable dropped this week, and this is one of the features the company has talked up the most. And rightly so, because it adds a ton of new functionality to […]

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4 watchOS 2 improvements you didn’t know you wanted

Apple’s second major iteration of its wearable firmware, watchOS 2, is finally out today, and it has some extra fun features hiding along with all of the ones the company has been talking about since it first announced the update back in June. Sure, native apps and custom watch faces are cool, but watchOS 2 […]

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