Nice gestures for the Apple Watch: patent indicates better one-hand operation

If you wear an Apple Watch, you usually have to use both hands to operate it. A new patent gives hope for new input methods. A new patent awarded to Apple suggests that gesture controls could play a bigger role in the Apple Watch in the future. This should enable users to control the watch with just … Continue reading Nice gestures for the Apple Watch: patent indicates better one-hand operation

Apple Watch can be controlled remotely from the iPhone

With iOS 16 and watchOS 9, Apple introduced Apple Watch Mirroring. This allows you to control the watch from your smartphone - even including the digital crown. Watch mirroring in action: Here in the middle. (Image: Apple) In the future, you will no longer be able to operate an Apple Watch only on the watch itself. iOS 16 … Continue reading Apple Watch can be controlled remotely from the iPhone

New power-saving mode for the Apple Watch: what it can and cannot do

With watchOS 9, Apple improved its battery saver mode. Although this extends the battery life of the watch, it reduces functions. An overview. (Image: Halfpoint/Shutterstock.com) Apple Watch models from Series 4 should last up to twice as long if you activate the new power saving mode (Low Power Mode) in watchOS 9. This works in a much more … Continue reading New power-saving mode for the Apple Watch: what it can and cannot do