With the Apple Watch, Apple got rid of the Home screen pages and the dock, and replaced it with one large, fluid grid of apps.
Apple Watch Tips & Tricks
Apple designed the Watch with a battery that provides sufficient power to make it through a typical day under normal usage. The company estimates most people will get 18 hours of battery life as long as they don’t stress the Apple Watch with long workouts or lengthy phone conversations. If you need to get more juice out of your Watch, then read on for a handful of tips that’ll help extend your battery’s performance.
If you use a tripod with your iPhone to take photographs, and have just bought an Apple Watch, then you’re going to love the feature to take photos remotely using your shiny new Watch.
The Apple Watch allows you to use a monogram on select Watch faces. This feature allows you to add your initials or any other short phrase (4 characters or less) to a selected Watch face. It’s a handy way to add some personality to a Watch face. Not only does the Watch support initials and short words, it also allows you to enter unicode characters such as the Apple log () or ∞, into the monogram field. Read on to find out how you can add these custom characters and make your monogram something truly unique.
You frequently interact with the home screen on the Apple Watch, so you should organize your app icons in a way that makes activating apps and accessing your settings as easy as possible. Check out some cool tips to improve your home screen experience so you will love and not loathe going there.
With notifications, Siri support and more than 3,000 available apps, the Apple Watch is a tremendous device. Make this great device even better by using one or all of these nine tips below. If you have discovered your own shortcuts and interesting features about the Apple Watch please share them below in the comments.