Apple Watch has so many customizations and adjustments it can be hard to keep track of it all. After setting up a new Apple Watch or pairing the watch with a new iPhone, the volume may default at the maximum level. Every alert and Siri prompt can be quite loud coming from your wrist. Turns out there's more than one way to adjust the volume on Apple Watch.
By the end of the month, several Apple devices are set to join the official vintage products list. Vintage products have been off the market for at least five years but no more than seven, and it may be difficult to receive repairs due to parts availability. Products seven years or older are considered obsolete, which means they are no longer serviced by Apple or any Apple Authorized Service Providers.
Some iPhone owners have encountered problems unlocking with Apple Watch. The issue can be especially inconvenient when trying to unlock the iPhone with a face covering. The issue crops up inconsistently on iPhone 13 models with iOS 15 installed. Luckily, Apple has acknowledged the issue and delivered a fix. There are other tweaks included in the fix for minor bugs as well.
Selling or trading in a used Apple Watch? The best way to protect personal data before handing over your old device is to factory reset. Following this procedure wipes the Apple Watch clean, leaving it set up with the default configuration found new in the box. Apple Watch data is largely backed up on iCloud and via the paired iPhone, so owners can transfer this information to a new watch.
Apple Watch Series 7 pre-orders begin on Friday, October 8 at 8:00 am EDT (5:00 am PDT).
The release date for Apple Watch Series 7 is Friday, October 15.