Category: watchOS

How to Share Your Watch Face from Apple Watch

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Did you know that you can share a completely customized Apple Watch face with someone, whether one of your friends or family members? This allows them to use your exact watch face without having to go through all the customization by themselves.

Apple provides plenty of customization options for most of the watch faces that are currently available for the Apple Watch. You can personalize it to your liking by adjusting the color, changing the dial-style, and even adding the complications that fit your use case. However, this process may be complicated for…

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How to Use Private MAC Address on Apple Watch

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Do you frequently connect to multiple Wi-Fi networks from your Apple Watch, say at work, school, coffee shops, airports, or other networks that aren’t yours? If so, you may want to safeguard your privacy by using private MAC addresses for the public Wi-Fi networks you connect to. Much like you can do so on iPhone and iPad, you can use a feature to randomize the MAC hardware address of your Apple Watch when connecting to wi-fi networks.

For some quick background, when you connect to any Wi-Fi network using any device, the device needs to identify itself to…

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How to Turn Off Siri on Apple Watch to Stop Siri Listening

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Don’t want Apple Watch to always be listening for the “Hey Siri” command? You can turn off Siri on Apple Watch if you want to stop it from listening to you, ready to take your commands.

We’ll show you how to turn off the Siri listening feature Apple Watch, which still allows you to use Siri if manually activated, and also how to turn off Siri completely so that the entire feature is not available on Apple Watch. Finally, we’ll also show you how to delete your Siri history and voice commands from Apple servers.


Note that by disabling Siri listening on…

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How to Use Announce Messages with Siri on Apple Watch

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Did you know that Siri on Apple Watch can read out all the messages you receive, and even reply to them without having to take your iPhone out of your pocket? As long as you have a second-generation and newer AirPods or compatible Beats wireless headphones, you’ll be able to take advantage of this feature with your Apple Watch.

Announce Messages with Siri is a feature that adds more functionality to the AirPods and Beats line-up of wireless headphones. When you have these headphones connected to your Apple Watch, Siri will announce every message that shows up…

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How to Delete Memojis on Apple Watch

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If you’ve created a ton of Memojis using your Apple Watch or other Apple devices, you may certainly have a few that you don’t really use. If you’re planning to cut down the list of Memojis you have, you may be interested in deleting those unwanted Memojis right from your wrist with an Apple Watch, provided you have one.

For those who aren’t aware, Apple brought the Memoji app to Apple Watch with the watchOS 7 update which allowed users to easily make Memojis without having to take their iPhones out of their pockets. Not only does this mean that you can…

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How to Measure Noise Levels on Apple Watch

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Did you know that your Apple Watch can be used to measure the noise levels in your environment? That’s right, you no longer need to use special equipment to measure ambient sound levels, as you can do it right from your wrist.


The Noise app for Apple Watch is available on models running watchOS 6 or later, and it allows users to measure the ambient noise levels in the surroundings using the built-in microphone, relying on exposure duration. The app can even alert you if the Apple Watch identifies sound levels above a specific threshold that could negatively…

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How to Enable Bold Text on Apple Watch

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Ever wished the text on Apple Watch was easier to read? You can increase legibility while looking at your Apple Watch by enabling bold text on your Apple Watch.

Apple Watch has a very small screen and unlike your smartphone or tablet, it’s not nearly as close to your face under typical use. Hence, navigating through the menu on your Apple Watch could sometimes be tricky if you have less than perfect eyesight, often requiring you to strain yourself to read the text that’s displayed on the screen. Using bold text instead of regular text can alleviate this…

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How to Set Memoji as Watch Face on Apple Watch

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Did you make a great Memoji from Apple Watch and you want to show it off? Apple Watch users may be excited to know that you can now set your favorite Memoji as your watch face.

Every year with each major watchOS update, Apple adds a bunch of new watch faces to customize your Apple Watch according to your liking. This year is no different in that regard as they’ve updated their watch face collection to further expand the variety of watch faces that are available. However, the most interesting one of the lot is the new Memoji watch face which allows you to set…

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How to Create a Memoji on Apple Watch

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Did you know that you can now create Memojis right from your wrist with the help of your Apple Watch? Indeed, you can now create, edit, and delete Memojis without using your paired iPhone out of the pocket, you can do it all right from Apple Watch.

Memoji was originally introduced alongside the release of iOS 12 back in 2018 as an extension of the Animoji feature that released the year before. Since then this feature has received upgrades in the form of Memoji stickers that have been widely used by iMessage users across Apple devices. However, the ability to…

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How to Add Music to Apple Watch

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Did you know you can add music to your Apple Watch, storing the music locally for listening even if the Watch is not connected to your nearby iPhone? This is a useful feature if you often leave your phone sitting aside whether at home while doing chores, or perhaps when you’re out for a jog or walk, but still wear your Apple Watch.

Thanks to the built-in physical storage space, Apple Watch offers the ability to store and access your favorite songs right at the comfort of your wrist. Although you can’t use the internal speakers on the Apple Watch for…

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