Since the outbreak in May last year, masks have become an indispensable part of life. However, using Face ID is not convenient for all users, so Apple Watch is increasingly used to unlock iPhones. Here are 10 tips to help you make the most of your Apple Watch.
Track your sleep
Sleeping with your Apple Watch on, as long as you set it to sleep mode, you can track your sleep time, letting you know how much time you spend in bed, how long you sleep, and your heart rate. With Sleep Mode, your device will tell you when it’s time to go to sleep, and it will automatically mute during that time, but with Focus Mode, you can still set notifications to turn on in Sleep Mode.
Unlock iPhone while wearing a mask
Using the Apple Watch when your iPhone is unlocked with Face ID, you can enter your passcode and unlock your iPhone through your Apple Watch while wearing a mask. Go to the “Settings” app and select “Face ID & Passcode”, enter your passcode, and turn on your Apple Watch.
Set photo as watch face
Users can set the photos in the iPhone as the watch face of the Apple Watch, open the “Watch” app on the iPhone, select “Surface Gallery” and then click “Photos”, and can select up to 24 photos from the camera roll at a time. After the setting is completed , click Add, and select My Watch to set the photo watch face you created as the current watch face.
Set up Express Transit
Express Transit can be used either through iPhone or Apple Watch, which is similar to using Apple Pay. It can be set up through the “Wallet” App. As long as you have an iPhone, Apple Watch and a credit card that can be linked with Apple Pay, you can use this to Paid.
Wash your hands regularly
As the new crown epidemic continues to spread, it is very important to wash your hands properly to eliminate the virus. In order to ensure that users wash their hands for 20 seconds, Apple has added a “handwashing timer”. Apple Watch will detect when you start washing your hands based on movements and the sound of running water. Time: 20 seconds.
Control Apple TV with your watch
If you have an Apple TV set-top box, you can use the Remote app on the Apple Watch to control it, which is useful for those who can’t find the remote. And users can also turn on Apple TV through the small TV icon in the lower left corner of the screen.
Get help in an emergency
In the event of a critical situation, the SOS feature can be enabled on the Apple Watch to call emergency services at the touch of a button. When the SOS function is turned on, if you press and hold the side button, the Apple Watch will start to call the emergency services in your region/country.
Delete Apps from Apple Watch
If there are a bunch of apps you don’t need on your Apple Watch, long-press the Apple Watch screen, click Edit Apps, and after finding the apps you don’t want, click the “x” in the upper left corner, you can enter the delete page, and delete the apps you don’t want. App removed.
Share photos from your watch
Starting with watchOS 8, Apple allows users to share photos directly from the Apple Watch. If you see a picture you want to share on the watch, you can share it with others directly. Just open the “Photos” app on the watch, select the picture to share, and click The share icon in the lower right corner allows you to share with your contacts via message or letter.
Enlarge Apple Watch text
For Apple Watch models that are 40mm and 41mm, the font may appear relatively small. To change the font size, go to the “Settings” app, click “Display and Brightness”, choose “Text Size.”