Apple Watch owners will want to unpair their Apple Watch from their iPhone if they plan to sell or give it away. To do this open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and navigate to My Watch > Apple Watch > Unpair Apple Watch, and tap Unpair [watch name]. This will unpair your Watch from your iPhone and remove it from your iCloud account.
Just like with your iPod touch, iPhone and iPad you will periodically need to upgrade your Apple Watch software to eliminate bugs and take advantage of new features. You can check for software updates in the Apple Watch app on your iPhone under My Watch > General > Software Update.
If an update is available you can download the new software to your iPhone, then wake your Apple Watch and follow the prompts to install the software.
Update: Twitter users are reporting that the bands have already reached some retail locations.
Apple stores will be receiving "limited quantities" of the fluoroelastomer Sport Watch bands later this week, according to 9to5Mac. Citing an internal memo sent to retail employees, 9to5Mac reports that the inventory will primarily be for customers who need a replacement band or for those who want to swap their existing band for a different one. The remaining stock will then be offered to other customers looking to purchase additional bands for their Watch.
We've already looked at all the ways to change your Apple Watch passcode and make it more secure, so today we're going to look at Apple Watch apps. Is opening, deleting, and moving apps on your Apple Watch any different than your iPhone or iPad? Not really, but here are a few basic tricks that you may want to know.
Apple Watch users are definitely going to need a way to quiet their wearable device throughout the day. One way is to adjust the Ringer and Alert Sounds under the Sounds & Haptics section of the Settings of your Watch, or you can put it in Do Not Disturb Mode. Here's how: