Most people would describe Apple Pay as a try by Apple to tap into the mobile banking sector, as we’ve seen happen with a lot of banks and telecommunication providers around the world. Relying on NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, the service works the same way that a credit card would whenever you’re about to
Apple Watch Apps
These days there’s an app for pretty much anything, yet we’re still busier than ever. We’re constantly searching for better ways to keep ourselves focused, on-task, and organized so that we can get the most out of our day. Whether you want to build a new habit, coordinate a team at school or work, or
Having the option to put Apple Watch apps in the dock has been incredibly helpful and time saving. You can have access to your most used apps by simply clicking the side button on the side of your Watch.
Medical ID and Emergency SOS are two features Apple’s built into their OS’ we hope you never have to use, but could be crucial in an emergency. Here’s a step by step guide on how to set them up.
watchOS 3 has included a great, new social feature that encourages friends and family to share their Activity and Workout data right on their Apple Watch. This sparks healthy competition and can help you stay on track when it comes to fitness.
About half a year ago I was tipping the scales at nearly 300 pounds. Every day I thought I might have a heart attack. I knew I had to get in control of my health and my weight. Thats where the iPhone and Apple Watch came in.
watchOS 3 has brought some brand new functionality to the side button on your Apple Watch. It can now house your favorite apps for quick access.
Rumors are running rampant about the new iPhone not having a headphone jack. Whether or not that’ll be the case once the phone ships in the Fall, it’s great to know alternative ways to listen to podcasts, music and more from your devices. You can set up your iPhone and Apple Watch with a number of Bluetooth accessories, including speakers, headphones, and tons of other devices.
I’ve read numerous stories over the last few weeks about how the Apple Watch doesn’t seem to be useful in terms of apps, or how people are struggling to find uses for it. While I do agree there’s a lot of room for improvement, I don’t agree there aren’t any that offer tremendous utility. Here
There aren’t a lot of apps I use regularly on my Apple Watch. The ones that I do use regularly consist of utilities that make my life easier, or apps that help me track things, like water intake or how many tasks I have left for the day. One of my favorite utilizes is MacID,
While we already know you can check your Apple Watch’s battery life on your iPhone, what about the other way around? Can you check your iPhone’s battery life from your Apple Watch? As it turns out, you can, with the help of one app.
Drinking enough water each day is important, yet it’s something a lot of people don’t do. Last year I committed myself to making sure I drank an adequate amount of water each day. To hold myself accountable I went on a hunt to find a way to easily track water intake on iPhone, and if