watchOS 8 has got way more handy tricks up its sleeve than what meets the eyes. From a brand new photo watch face designed to change the way you view photos on your Apple Watch to the new Accessibility features crafted to let you use your smartwatch without having to touch it, the latest watchOS release has a bunch of cool features. And that’s why we have lined up the 25+ best watchOS 8 tips and tricks to let you get the most out of your Apple Watch.
AssistiveTouch has long been a notable Accessibility feature on iOS. While AssistiveTouch is primarily designed for people with motor skill impairments, anyone can take advantage of it to perform several common tasks like rebooting the iPhone, invoking Siri, and more. With watchOS 8, Apple has introduced this super handy Accessibility feature on Apple Watch as well. Follow the guide below to know how you can set up AssistiveTouch on Apple Watch running watchOS 8.
Along with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Beta 2, Apple also released the watchOS 8 Beta 2 to developers today. The second beta of watchOS 8 comes nearly fifteen days after the WWDC 2021 keynote. The second beta of the watchOS 8 is strictly meant for developers as it has a number of bugs and issues due to which it is not stable enough for daily use.
Apple announced watchOS 8 during the opening keynote of the WWDC 2021. watchOS 8 builds on already feature-rich watchOS 7 and brings many new improvements and refinements to the Apple Watch operating system. Read along to learn all the top watchOS 8 features coming to all compatible Apple Watch models later this year.
Following the keynote, Apple released the first developer beta of watchOS 8. In this guide, we’ll explain how you can download and install the latest watchOS 8 beta on your compatible Apple Watch in just a few steps.
Apple today announced major updates to all of its operating systems — iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12, tvOS 15. Along with these updates, Apple announced watchOS 8 with new features and performance improvements. Shortly after the WWDC 2021 keynote concluded, the company has released the first developer beta version of watchOS 8 which is now available to download and install on compatible Apple Watches.
Apple announced watchOS 8 at WWDC 2021. The upcoming version of watchOS packs more health-focused features and improved health tracking to deliver an even better experience. If you are wondering if watchOS 8 will support your Apple Watch or not, read below.
Apple today at its WWDC 2021 keynote announced watchOS 8. The latest watchOS 8 from Apple focuses on improving your mental health by introducing new features in Breath and Sleep apps.