Now that Apple has released the first update to Watch OS, many watch owners may be wondering how to install the new software. Unlike an iOS device such as an iPhone, the Apple Watch cannot be updated directly from Settings. There are several steps to consider before updating Apple Watch to the latest version of Watch OS. Follow these how-to instructions to update Apple Watch:
Speaking with Walt Mossberg at the Code Conference today, Apple's chief of operations Jeff Williams revealed that third party developers will soon be able to write native apps for the Apple Watch. Currently, third party apps live on the iPhone and are customized so that a tethered Apple Watch can access them, but that will all soon change.
The Activity app, heart rate sensor and Workout app are some of the biggest selling points of the Apple Watch. Today we will be looking at the Activity app and how it works. The Activity app keeps track of your movement, exercise and how long you were stationary throughout the day. It also provides you with a "graphic ring" to help you meet your exercise goals and sit around less.
The Messages app on the Apple Watch is a lot like the Messages app on your iPhone. You can read and reply to messages, view images, listen to audio messages and view videos on your Apple Watch all from the Messages app.
You can add, remove or organize your Apple Watch glances from the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
To add a glance, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then navigate to My Watch > Glances.
To remove a glance, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then navigate to My Watch > Glances. From here you can tap the red dash next to the name of the glances you want to remove.
To organize your glances drag and drop the reorder buttons in whatever order you would like your glances to appear on your Watch.