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watchOS 6 introduced more ways for the Apple Watch to be more independent than ever. This includes its own App Store, podcasts, Apple Books, independent apps, cellular and connectivity settings. But what is more interesting that lessens an Apple Watch’s dependence on the iPhone is the ability to update your Watch independently. Continue reading watchOS 6 Beta 2 Allows Independent OTA Software Updates Without iPhone
Recently, Apple has announced that there’s going to be an Earth Day Activity Challenge on Monday, April 22nd. The challenge will consist of animated, Earth Day themed iMessage stickers and a badge.
Continue reading 2019 Earth Day Activity Challenge for Apple Watch Announced
Yesterday, Apple released watchOS 5.2.1 beta 2 to developers. This beta is a successor to watchOS 5.2, which adds European and Hong Kong support for ECG on Series 4. AirPods 2 support was added in the last watchOS beta as well.
Continue reading watchOS 5.2.1 Beta Available to Developers
We are just a week away from the Apple event and a great apple watch leaks are here.
Continue reading Apple Watch Series 4 Display Leak
According to a Fast Company report, future versions of Apple Watch will use solid-state side buttons instead of physical buttons that you need to press for, and it can provide haptic feedback through the Taptic Engine vibration engine.
Continue reading Apple Watch Would Be Featured With Soild-State Side Buttons For Haptic Feedback
The next version of macOS will be called Mojave and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and desktop versions of several iOS apps. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Mojave’s new features are “Inspired by Pro users, but designed for Everyone.”
Continue reading Everything new in MacOS Mojave