Apple watch tips

Delete Toggles in Control Centre

You can now finally delete toggle in the Control Centre of your Apple Watch. You will see an Edit button in the Control Centre. Tap on it and it will allow you to remove unwanted toggles from the Control Centre.

Share Watch Faces

Did you like that perfect watch face on your friend’s Apple Watch? You can now share a watch face by texting, emailing, or posting a link online. You can also discover new watch faces from the App Store or from the web. Your friend can now share the layout and you can simply adapt that arrangement on your Apple Watch.

Answer Calls on iPhone from Apple Watch

You can accept calls on the Apple Watch when your iPhone is nearby. But it’s not best to talk over for longer periods of time. When you get a call, scroll up and you’ll find an Answer on iPhone button. You can transfer an ongoing call to iPhone this way as well.

Use Digital Crown to Control Volume

When you’re in a Now Playing screen for any app, just use the Digital Crown to control the volume. You can do this without looking or activating the screen.

Increase Text Size

If you’ve got the bigger, 44mm version of the Apple Watch, you can afford to increase the text size a bit. To do this, go to  Settings > Brightness & Text Size.

Customize Your Fitness Goals

With watchOS 7, Apple is finally allowing users to customize their Stand hours and Exercise minutes. So, if you want to set your fitness goals higher than others, you can set your own Stand hours and Exercise minutes goals.

Measure your Blood Oxygen Levels

Apple has included a new blood oxygen monitoring sensor in the Apple Watch Series 6. There’s a new Blood Oxygen app to go along with it that you can use to measure your blood oxygen app. Before you can use the blood oxygen sensor though, you will have to set it up. For this, open the Health app on your iPhone where you should automatically get the prompt to set up the blood oxygen app. If not, go to the Browse tab followed by Respiratory > Blood Oxygen > Set up Blood Oxygen. After this, you can open the Blood Oxygen app to measure the blood oxygen levels using your Apple Watch. Whenever you take a measurement, ensure that the watch is sitting snuggly on your wrist.

Third-Party Watch Bands

Changing the watch bands on the Apple Watch Series 6 is extremely easy and if it was not already clear, you can use third-party watch bands as well. This is because Apple uses the same locking mechanism as regular watches so you basically have access to unlimited watch bands to pick from.

Use Siri to Announce Messages

This can be handy in certain situations. With watchOS 7 and on Apple Watch Series 6, you can have Siri read out messages when 2nd generation AirPods and some beats headphones are connected to your iPhone. Simply open the Control Centre and use the Announce Messages toggle to use the function.

Run Siri Shortcuts

Apple has brought Siri Shortcuts to watchOS 7 so now you can now directly run Siri Shortcuts right from your Apple Watch. You can even add Siri Shortcuts actions as a complication your watch face to quickly trigger them right from your wrist.