Apple Watch Tips: 8 Things You Didn’t Know It Could Do

If you have an Apple Watch, you certainly know about its marquee features. It can track your activity and prod you to exercise more, using its three rings. You can use it to make and receive phone calls and text messages. And you can get notifications for calendar events, reminders, and updates from your favorite apps. You can use it for Apple Pay to quickly buy a cup of coffee or a book. You can use Siri to have your watch react to your voice commands and provide you with information. And you can check the time, with one of dozens of customizable watch faces, where you can add complications to provide data and quick access to apps and features.

But the Apple Watch – which is more a wrist computer than a timepiece – has lots of great features you may not know about. In this article, I’m going to highlight eight things you probably didn’t know you could do with your Apple Watch. Some use built-in apps and features, and some use third-party apps. Read on to find out how to make your Apple Watch do a lot more.

Read the rest of the article on The Mac Security Blog.

1 thought on “Apple Watch Tips: 8 Things You Didn’t Know It Could Do

  1. Hello Kirk. I’m not sure if you’ve written about this, but Apple’s series 5 watch took a big leap in increase storage – to 32 gigs. But for reasons known only to Apple there is still a 2 gig limit on the amount of music which can be stored on the watch! No mention of this is made in any advertising I’ve seen, yet I‘ve verified this with two different calls to Apple Care. It seems disingenuous to advertise this dramatic increase in storage without mentioned only 2 gigs of it can be used for stored music. My imagination leads to me to believe Apple would rather have me stream music from the Apple Music for a monthly fee, than listen to music I already own. Your thoughts?

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