Really, this couldn’t be simpler. On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app and from the My Watch tab choose Settings, then General, then Software Update. The iPhone will check your Watch’s software and update to the 4.1 version. Alternatively, if you ... ( read original story ...)
When you’re done updating your iPhone to iOS 11.1 (gotta get those new emoji), you might as well dip into the Apple Watch app and update your wrist computer to WatchOS 4.1. The latest update adds a number of features promised in WatchOS 4, including ... ( read original story ...)
Apple launched its Apple Watch Series 3 on 12 September, but you can get a bunch of new features on your existing watch - such as a range of new workouts and workout labels - for free, thanks to the new watchOS 4 operating system software. We got our first ... ( read original story ...
Wearable tech: an inside look at Apple and Hermès’ perfect marriage When clicking on “read more” at the bottom of the post, readers are taken directly to Hermes’ watch collection page which offers a detailed view of six models. The prices range ... ( read original story ...)
Got an Apple Watch? Apple just released WatchOS 4.1 for all users today, and the spotlight feature is support for GymKit. It enables the Apple Watch to pair with supported gym equipment, so you can track more accurate fitness data. GymKit allows two-way ... ( read original story ...)
Today's iOS 11.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 software updates come along with a new stable software version of the watchOS operating system for Apple Watch devices, watchOS 4.1. Last week, we reported on the new features that Apple implemented in watchOS ... ( read original story ...)
Apple isn't done doling out sweets on Halloween. Alongside the release of iOS 11.1, which brought new emoji and a patch for the KRACK vulnerability, Apple has launched WatchOS 4.1, the first major update to the WatchOS 4 operating system for Apple Watch. ( read original story ...)