How to Disable / Enable Always On Display for Apple Watch

How to Disable / Enable Always On Display for Apple Watch

The latest Apple Watch models have a fantastic ‘always on’ display that lets you easily see the time without waking the devices screen with a lift or tap. The Apple Watch always-on display is excellent, but some users may notice that having the screen on all the time can lead to a reduction in battery…

How to Adjust Screen Brightness on Apple Watch

How to Adjust Screen Brightness on Apple Watch

You can adjust the screen brightness on Apple Watch using two different methods. One approach to increasing or decreasing Apple Watch screen brightness uses the device settings directly, while the other approach to changing screen brightness on the Apple Watch relies on using the paired iPhone. You can use either approach, and we’ll show you…

How to Install the Latest Apple Betas if You’re Not a Developer

How to Install the Latest Apple Betas if You’re Not a Developer

Screenshot: David Murphy It’s time to try out all the new features and tweaks Apple has been cooking up back in its Cupertino labs—if you’re a developer, that is. While Apple is now previewing the latest and greatest versions of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS as betas, you can only (officially) access them if you’re paying…

How to Turn On Your Apple Watch’s Fall Detection

How to Turn On Your Apple Watch’s Fall Detection

Photo: Apple One of the more eye-opening feature Apple announced for its new Apple Watch Series 4 is the device’s fall detection feature. No, it can’t stop you from taking a spill, but your can help you more easily alert others that you need assistance if you’ve hurt yourself badly enough. Here’s the kicker, though:…

How to Get Apple’s Mac, iPhone, Watch and TV Betas Without a Developer Account

How to Get Apple’s Mac, iPhone, Watch and TV Betas Without a Developer Account

Screenshot: David Murphy If you want to play with the “early AF” release of iOS 12, or run around in the deserts of macOS Mojave, you normally have to give Apple $99 for the privilege of developing apps for its platform—apps it’ll ultimately take a 30 percent cut of (unless you offer a subscription and…