watchOS doesn't have public code names the way macOS does, but it does have internal code names — and they're beach-ing!
Apple's Breathe app aims to do for our mental fitness what Stand/Roll hours did for our physical.
Installing the watchOS 3.2.3 beta is more complex than an iOS or macOS beta; if you're a developer looking to test watchOS 3.2.3 beta 4, here's how!
WWDC 2016 has come and gone, and Gartenberg, Caldwell, and Ritchie break it all down. From watchOS 3 to tvOS 10, macOS Sierra to iOS 10, here's what it all means… and portends.
Tapbacks are a great way to quickly respond to messages. Here's how you can use them on your Apple Watch.
A keyboard on Apple Watch may not be great, but it would be better than what we have now.
The big watchOS 3 features are pretty great — but there are lots of small features to love, too.
Your Apple Watch is getting smarter, faster, and more functional. Here's our review of the new watchOS 3 operating system.
Apple fitness head Jay Blahnik recently opened up about the company's new Breathe app for Apple Watch, which provides guided breathing exercises to help you take a moment during your day.
Breathe, a new feature coming in watchOS 3, is focused on helping you relax your mind and body.
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