With watchOS 7, Apple had added a couple of new watch faces, including Chronograph Pro, X-Large and new Photos face. Chronograph Pro has more room for complications and X-Large can show one large complication. Also with complications, Apple is now allowing one app to have multiple complications to choose from, useful for surfing apps and weather apps. Watch faces can also be shared between users, apps can offer up special […]
watchOS 7 was announced at the WWDC keynote yesterday, bringing sleep tracking, new watch faces, the ability to share watch faces, updates to Siri, handwashing reminders and tracking as well as improvements to Maps and more. Apple is now dropping support for the Series 1 and Series 2 Apple Watch models. Series 2 was introduced in September 2016 and Series 1 was introduced along side the Series 3 in September […]
This week, Apple released a relatively minor update for the Apple Watch with watchOS 6.2.5 and it brings the new Pride watch faces which compliment the new Pride Edition watch bands which were released this week as well as support for the ECG app and irregular heart rhythm notifications to Saudi Arabia. The ECG app only works on the Apple Watch Series 4 and Series 5. watchOS 5.3.7 has also […]
Yesterday, Apple launched two new Pride Edition Apple Watch sport bands, the first time a pride edition has been a sport band so far, last year the band was a nylon Sport Loop. Apple has regularly been making Pride Edition bands for the Apple Watch for a few years now, to support all the LGBTQ organisations across the world. This year, Nike has also gotten involved with a colourful watch […]
Apple today has released the beta of watchOS 6.2.5 for developers only at this stage, this is very shortly after watchOS 6.2 was released last week. watchOS 6.2.5 is out now for developers and no known new features at this time.
Apple today has released the fifth beta of watchOS 6.2 to developers only for testing purposes. Yesterday, the firth beta of tvOS 13.4 was released. watchOS 6.2, when it launches to the public will support in-app purchases, this will mean standalone apps for the Apple Watch can be released that support the options for subscriptions and premium features.
Today Apple has released a relatively small update for the Apple Watch Series 2 and later, with watchOS 6.1.3 which does include some important bug fixes. watchOS 6.1.3 includes a fix for when the Apple Watch would prevent the irregular heart rhythm notification coming through, which is obviously pretty critical. Release Notes “This update includes improvements and bug fixes, including a fix for an issue that prevented the irregular heart […]
Strategy Analytics recently reported on how many Apple Watch units they estimate Apple has sold during 2019 and they say that Apple has sold 30.7 million devices worldwide. This number is way more than how the entire Swiss watch industry is doing, which isn’t just one company, its Rolex, Tissot, TAG Heuer, Swatch and Louis Vuitton combined. During 2019, Strategy Analytics estimate that the Swiss watch industry sold 21.2 million watches, […]
Today, Apple has released the next version of watchOS for the Apple Watch, watchOS 6.2 beta has been released to developers only at this stage, this is just shortly after watchOS 6.1.2 was released publicly last week. The only change so far with watchOS 6.2 is the addition of in app purchases support.
Along with all the other operating system updates Apple released today, watchOS has also been updated for supported models, with watchOS 6.1.2 and there are no new features listed just the notes say this update “provides important security updates and is recommended for all users.” watchOS 6 can be updated from the watch itself or via a connected iPhone.