watchOS doesn't have public code names the way macOS does, but it does have internal code names — and they're beach-ing!
Want to install, move, or get rid of a third-party app on your Apple Watch? Here’s how.
In watchOS, your latest news headlines are available in an extra-compact interface. Here's how to read the news on your Apple Watch, mute notifications, and change which channels you see.
Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between.
Want to track your heart rate variability (HRV)? Here are the best apps to do it.
watchOS 4 isn't going to redefine how you use Apple Watch. But it continues smoothing the experience and makes it as enjoyable as ever.
If you have an Apple WatchSeries 2 or Series 3, you’ll be able to use Water Lock, which locks the screen of your Apple Watch so you can swim in the water without activating the screen
You may never need the Apple Watch's SOS feature but just having it available can be a life-saver — and I'm not using that phrase lightly.
Installing a watchOS beta is more complex than an iOS or macOS beta; if you're a developer looking to test watchOS 4.3.2 beta 3, here's how!
With GymKit launching in Canada, iMore got a chance to see what all the sweat is about.
Though we hope you'll never have to use Apple's SOS feature on your iPhone or Apple Watch, if you do, you can make it easier for your family and friends by adding them as emergency contacts.
The latest watchOS beta comes with a message warning that older watch apps will soon be unsupported.
The Apple Watch will get a standalone app for listening to Beats 1 and other radio stations when watchOS 4.1 releases to the public.
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