Apple tips

Control Center on iOS 11 can’t deactivate WLAN completely, but Siri can.

May save you a few seconds if you don’t have settings on your homescreen

Rotate the crown while the display is asleep to fade/dim the display on.

Www.vid.me/NFmkIf you're trying to be stealthy, you can softly fade the display onEDIT: Must be a Series 2 thing, I think it's used to turn the display on when your underwater.EDIT 2: Never mind, I guess it's for peeking at your watch in the movie theaterFrom Apple:> Peek at your Apple Watch screen:> With Apple Watch Series 2, you can gradually wake your screen to keep its brightness low. For example, you might want to glance at the screen in a movie theater.Turn the Digital Crown slowly to gradually wake the screen, then turn it the other way to put the screen back to sleep. Peek at your Apple Watch screen

Reduce white-point. Better than low light filter.

Accessibility -> display accommodations. I've been using the zoom/low light filter for dark modes, but this is much better.

You can toggle Low Power Mode on and off using Siri.

Just say turn on low power mode. It also works for Bluetooth, Celular Data, Wifi and many other settings.

How to make all music on your library available offline on AM.

  1. Ensure your device is setup for iCloud library sync2. Go to iTunes and create a new Smart Playlist3. Put a rule like "Genre - is not - rubbish"4. All music will match, and you can just hit save offline on iTunes and your iOS device5. Profit.6. Bonus step: add to the complaints in the comment section, either for AM itself or for the people that are complaining about AM.

If You Already Used Your Yearly De-Authorization, Call Them & Tell Them You Swapped Out Computers. They'll De-Authorize All Computers.

If you're using iTunes Match and don't have access to the computers you used iTunes Match on no longer, call up Apple and they'll bypass the once per year De-Authorization of all computers. I've done this twice already.

If your sunrise/sunset complication isn't displaying the times, open the Maps app.

I don't know if anyone else has experienced this problem, but on occasion, the sunrise/sunset complication will only show dashes, rather than the appropriate times.Turns out the bug is (likely) related to the Watch's GPS recognition, and an easy fix is to open the Maps app so that it locates your position. Doing so resets the complication.FYI.

In the app switcher on the iPhone X, once you see the red - symbol, you can swipe up to close as normal.

I saw some people complaining about closing apps from app switcher on the X, just found this out, dont know if already widely known.

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