Apple has quickly moved onto its second round of developer betas for its operating system updates, with new builds of iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, watchOS 7.1, and tvOS 14.2 now available for testing alongside the ninth for macOS Big Sur.
With the release of watchOS 7, this is a perfect opportunity for Apple Watch owners to do some spring cleaning and to curate the watch faces they have on their wearable devices. Here's how to add the new watch faces to your Apple Watch, as well as to remove unwanted watch faces.
If you can't find the Apple Watch face of your dreams, you can always modify what's available to fit your needs. Here's how to personalize a watch face in watchOS 7 to use the color scheme and the complications you want.
A key update to both iOS 14 and watchOS 7 is the introduction of sleep-related features, including sleep tracking, a Sleep Mode, and Wind Down. Here's how to take advantage of the features to get a good night's rest.
The addition of the Handwashing Timer to watchOS 7 is meant to encourage Apple Watch users to properly wash their hands for at least 20 seconds. Here's how to get the feature working, to remind you to keep your hands clean.
Your hosts review the "Time Flies" event, compare the new Apple Watch models, discuss the refreshed iPad Air, iOS 14 widgets and changing default apps, plus Spotify's complaint over the Apple One services bundle.
Apple's big September event has been revealed with the phrase "Time Flies." We go through the products rumored to be released, discuss very welcome new patent filings for future Siri improvements, give an update that Epic Games App Store policy battle, and unexpected thoughts on macOS Big Sur beta.
As the launch of new iPhones quickly approaches, Apple has moved on to its eighth round of developer betas, making available the the eighth builds of iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7 for download.