Apple Watch

In this podcast, Khalfan Bin Dhaher takes us through the popular Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock app for iOS and Apple Watch, an intelligent alarm clock which tracks your sleep patterns and wakes you up at the most optimal time while you are in light sleep, making waking up feel natural. Sleep Cycle is a free app with optional subscription based upgrades. Get Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock on the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/sleep-cycle-alarm-clock/id320606217?mt=8

In this podcast, David Woodbridge takes an in-depth look at TimeBuzz, a new Apple Watch app that makes it possible to feel the current time through vibrations of the Taptic Engine on the Apple Watch.

When introducing TimeBuzz to the AppleVis community, the developer offered the following description of how it works:

In this podcast, Thomas Domville gives us an overview of some of the new features and changes in watchOS 5. Topics covered in this podcast include:

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge walks us through the features and options available on the Watch App on an iPhone once it has been paired with an Apple Watch.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge asks us to join him for a walk as he uses Apple Maps on the Watch to receive walking directions.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge shows us some of what you can use Siri for on the Watch.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge shows us how to remove and attach Watch bands.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates how to charge the Watch and check its current charge level.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates how to change clock faces and control what other screen elements are shown (In horology, the study of clocks and watches, a complication refers to any feature in a timepiece beyond the simple display of hours and minutes).

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates the option which allows you to decide whether VoiceOver should speak when you raise your wrist. This option is independent of the setting which controls whether the Watch should activate when you lift your wrist.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge shows us how to create, edit and delete alarms.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates how the digital crown works, with a particular focus on the functions which are specific to VoiceOver users.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge takes a look at some of the VoiceOver settings available on the Watch itself and in the Watch app on the connected iPhone. These include the VoiceOver speech rate and volume, VoiceOver hints and the screen curtain.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates how to make and receive calls on the Watch.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge shows us how to read an email on the Watch and then use the Hand-Off feature to reply to that email on your connected iPhone.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge shows us how to setup the accessibility shortcut on the Watch so that you can use the crown to quickly turn either VoiceOver or Zoom on and off.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates how to setup and access the Activity app on the Watch.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge shows us the Calendar app.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge gives us a look at the Phone app on the Watch.

In this episode of his series of podcasts looking at the Apple Watch, David Woodbridge demonstrates the native weather app available on the Watch.