Apple is also preparing a fix for an issue causing some Apple watches to experience excessive battery drain after being updated to watchOS 10.1. Gadgets 

Countdown to Christmas: Get Ready for the Apple watchOS 10.2 Update!

Apple is said to release the latest watchOS 10.2 update, which is currently in beta testing, in December. This upcoming update for Apple watches will bring new features, bug fixes and a few improvements. According to reports, the upcoming OS update will bring new features such as personalized diary suggestions and better weather information. It improves the overall battery performance of Apple watches. In addition, improved Siri integration allows Apple Watch users to send messages or make calls directly from their watch with a simple voice command. The Cupertino-based tech…

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Apple Watch users have been sharing their concerns across different forums and it seems the company is hearing their pleas Gadgets 

Say Goodbye to Overheating and Battery Drain: Apple Watch Users, Here’s How!

Apple Watch users have complained of issues such as overheating, which also appears to have caused the battery to drain. We haven’t heard about how Apple plans to fix these issues for users, but now, according to a report, the company is offering a new watchOS update to improve the situation for Apple Watch users. MacRumors’ report cites an internal Apple memo in which the company has talked about fixing these issues with an update to the watchOS 10 series that will be released soon. The company has not shared…

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Apple was almost ready with the support for Apple Watch but it decided against the roll out which would have changed the history. Gadgets 

Apple Cancelled Android Compatibility for Apple Watch: Reasons Explained

Apple wanted to make the Apple Watch compatible with Android phones. That’s right, the company’s popular wearable could have worked with Android, but for some reason, Apple decided not to go ahead with the plan. In fact, a Bloomberg report this week suggests that Apple had pulled the plug on that support at the last minute. Bringing the Apple Watch to Android would have opened up a whole new market for the company, where you have billions of smartphones. So why did Apple cancel its plans to make the Apple…

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watchOS 10.1 is available for Apple Watch Series 4 and later starting today, and requires iPhone XS or later running iOS 17. Gadgets 

Apple Watches Receive WatchOS 10.1 Update, Enabling Double Tap Gesture Feature

Apple WatchOS 10.1 update is now available for download in India. The latest update includes new features, improvements and bug fixes, including the Double Tap gesture. The new double-tap gesture is only available for Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 users. The Double Tap gesture provides a quick and convenient way to interact with Apple Watch. According to the company, it can be used to perform a primary action on notifications and most apps, so you can answer a call, play and pause music, stop a timer,…

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Apple is reorienting the user interface around a new version of the old Glances feature. Gadgets 

watchOS 10 Brings Widgets Back to the Apple Watch

The arrival of watchOS 10 may bring about a significant change in the appearance of your Apple Watch. The company is set to revamp the smartwatch user interface, which is expected to be one of the firmware’s most substantial updates. You may recall that the original Apple Watch interface was designed in part around Glances—a collection of widgets for various apps and features. Apple eventually moved away from Glances to put more emphasis on apps, but now the company wants to make widgets an even bigger focus of the Watch…

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Apple gave a look at its plan to reduce myopia, or nearsightedness, with a daylight sensor and alerts to move the screen farther away from your eyes. News 

Apple Introduces New Features to Help Protect Kids’s Eyesight

During its annual WWDC on Monday, Apple showcased features aimed at minimizing eye strain in children, such as a daylight sensor and alerts to adjust the screen’s distance from the eyes. These features were initially previewed for Global Accessibility Awareness Day in May, with a focus on health and accessibility. Although anyone can use them, Apple stated that they are specifically designed for children, as nearsightedness or myopia typically develops during childhood and affects around 30% of the US population, according to the American Optometric Association. Apple said at WWDC…

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At WWDC 2023, the company expected to announce iOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, tvOS, its long-awaited AR/VR headset, a 15-inch MacBook Air, and more. News 

Apple Event 2023: Date, Time, Watch Apple WWDC 2023 Keynote Live in India

Apple WWDC 2023: Cupertino-based tech giant Apple has officially announced the schedule for its annual developer conference — Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) — which will be held from May 5 to 9. June. The schedule confirms that Apple’s keynote will begin on June 5 at 10:30 PM IST in India. At WWDC 2023, the company expected to announce iOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, tvOS, the long-awaited AR/VR headset, the 15-inch MacBook Air, and more. Apple WWDC 2023 Keynote: Date and Time in India The highly anticipated Apple WWDC 2023…

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Apple used to have widgets earlier on the smartwatch which were then replaced with apps. News 

Widgets are coming back to the Apple Watch with watchOS 10 this year

Apple Watch may soon have widgets at the center of the upcoming watchOS 10 version. Apple’s popular smartwatch used to have widgets, which were replaced by apps for their ease of use. But now reports suggest that Apple could share more details about Apple Watch widgets with the new watchOS version at the Apple WWDC 2023 event in June this year. That’s not all, watchOS 10 is likely to get “significant changes” according to Bloomberg, with widgets at the center of its focus. Widgets have been a big success on…

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Following the release of iOS 16.4.1, Apple has also stopped signing iOS 16.3.1, preventing iPhone users from downgrading to that software version. News 

Apple shuts down services on devices with older software

US tech giant Apple is reportedly planning to shut down access to its online services on devices running older software versions, including iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, starting in early May. With the exception of iCloud, the move affects devices running iOS 11-11.2.6, macOS 10.13-10.13.3, watchOS 4-4.2.3, and tvOS 11-11.2.6. According to a MacRumors report, users of these older software versions may receive a push notification from Apple prompting them to update their device to a newer software version. The company did not clarify why its services would stop working…

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