How do you change what's displayed on your Apple Watch during a Workout? Easily, with the Watch for iPhone app!
watchOS doesn't have public code names the way macOS does, but it does have internal code names — and they're beach-ing!
Apple has released the sixth beta version of watchOS 5.3 to developers. Here's how you can download it to your Apple Watch.
The exploit, although not yet seen in the wild, could let someone eavesdrop on the iPhone paired to the Apple Watch.
Control Center on your Apple Watch lets you get to important settings quickly, and you can change the order of those buttons to fit your specific needs.
If you have downloaded watchOS 5 on your Apple Watch Series 3 or Series 4, you can now use your Apple Watch to view web pages and surf the internet.
Notifications on the Apple Watch are more useful than ever in watchOS 5. And you don't need an Apple Watch Series 4 to take advantage of these new features.
Runners have even more data tracking options in watchOS 5. Now you can track your step speed! Here's how to add that to your Workout app.
The big features in watchOS 5 are pretty great, but this update is more about the little improvements than the keynote features — and boy, are there a lot of little improvements.
Walkie-Talkie makes communicating with your voice using your Apple Watch a snap, and it’s available in watchOS 5. Here’s how it’ll work.
Keep the pace with more than just your favorite songs. Learn how fast to run to meet your goals!
Wondering whether your Apple Watch is compatible with watchOS 5? Here’s what you need to know.
Should you perform a clean watchOS 4 install or is carrying over your settings better in the long run?
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