The ‘Apple Watch’ Archives
Posted July 6, 2017 by

How to Recover Your Apple ID Password

Your Apple ID is your key to unlocking all of Apple’s services. Your iPhone would be nothing but an expensive multimedia device and phone without an Apple ID. One issue with Apple IDs is that you rarely use them. Once you set your phone up with your Apple ID, it may be a few months […]

Posted January 11, 2016 by

How to Use Apple Pay on Any Apple Device

How to use Apple Pay

Those rectangular pieces of plastic in your pocketbook might soon be relics of a time long passed. Now that Apple has finally integrated a mobile payment system of its own, the legions of Apple devotees might abandon cash, credit, and debit in favor of a more futuristic way to spend money. If you are not yet […]

Posted November 15, 2015 by

How Do I Find My iPhone Using My Apple Watch?

If you have misplaced your iPhone somewhere in your house, you could use iCloud’s Find My iPhone feature to play a sound remotely to find it. However, this solution requires too many steps and may not even be possible if you have no internet service in the house. Luckily, if you own an Apple Watch, […]

Posted October 31, 2015 by

How Do I Recover Deleted iCloud Files, Contacts, Calendars and Bookmarks?

If you deleted important files or contacts in your iCloud drive by accident, you can still recover them because the default delete action in iCloud only moves the files to a special place that stores them for the next 30 days before truly deleting them. Continue reading for steps to recover your files.

Posted September 28, 2015 by

How Do I Change the Apple Watch Screen Timeout Setting?

Since the release of WatchOS 1, many Apple Watch users have been complaining that the screen times out too quickly. At times, you are still looking at the watch, but the display just turns off by itself, forcing you to wake it up again. I also experience this issue occasionally with my watch, and I […]

Posted September 26, 2015 by

How Do I Set My Photo as a Watch Face on My Apple Watch?

With the release of WatchOS 2, Apple Watch users can now set their own picture as the watch face. This new feature allows you to personalize your Apple Watch and make it truly yours. Learn how to set your own watch face in this tutorial.

Posted September 21, 2015 by

How to Track Dog Walks with GPS

Dog Walk GPS Tracking

Dog owners in the digital age have scores of tools available to them. You can now download a free app to your smartphone that will use GPS to record all kinds of statistics as you take your dog on a walk. I have checked out a few dog walk tracking apps, and my favorite is Dog Walk by Tractive. […]

Posted July 10, 2015 by

Apple Watch: Disable or Change the Passcode

When you first set up the Apple Watch, the device will ask you to set up a passcode. Using a passcode on a watch may seem strange, but it helps to protect your private information (e.g., credit card numbers) and to block unauthorized access when you are not wearing it. However, if you are not […]

Posted June 26, 2015 by

iPhone: Access iCloud Drive from Home Screen

If you rely heavily on iCloud Drive, you will be glad to hear that there is an app dedicated to this service starting from iOS 9. However, this app is hidden by default. Here is how to display it on your iPhone’s home screen.

Posted June 25, 2015 by

How Do I Reset My Apple Watch?

Since smartwatches are still rather new wearables, learning how to use them can take some time. During that process, you may find that your watch behaves erratically. If you have no clue why the device is malfunctioning, resetting it to its default state is recommended. Here is how to do it on an Apple Watch.

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Posted June 19, 2015 by

How Do I Make a Call from My Apple Watch?

Making and answering phone calls right from your wrist is one of the coolest uses of the Apple Watch. It is especially helpful when both of your hands are busy. Here is how to use this feature.

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Posted June 18, 2015 by

Apple Watch: Switch Between 12-hour and 24-hour Clock Mode

By default, digital watch faces on the Apple Watch will display time in 12-Hour mode. It may take a while to get used to this display mode if you are accustomed to a 24-Hour clock. Luckily, switching between the two modes is easy.

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