Best Apple Watch Tricks and Tips to Get the Most Out of the Smartwatch

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Apple Watch comes with many dynamic features like unlocking another Apple supported device, searching your smartphone, notifying you about any expected issue. Overall, this wearable Device will help you in every need, whether it is related to your Mac or iPhone. 
Various “Apple watch” features are introduced at the same time when macOS Catalina or iOS 13. In watchOS 6, there are many latest features to use and avail.
Here we are providing twenty tips and tricks of your “Apple Watch.” Let’s know what are they by abiding the following points:
  1. Verifying in “macOS Catalina” with “Apple Watch.”
macOS Catalina packs approving features for the verification requests of the admin level with your Apple Watch. 
These errors appear via pop out when you try to install or delete software, viewing saved passwords on “Safari.”  
In case you have adjusted, or set up the unlock feature, then the approve feature will run smoothly. For approving modifications, your wearable device will notify you regarding it.
  • Unlocking Mac
If you wish to perform automatic unlock on your Mac with wearable Device, then follow these steps:
  • First of all, go to the “System Preferences” option.
  • Then, hit the “General” tab located on Mac.
  • Now check that the “handoff” related option is activated.
  • After that, navigate to the option “System Preferences.”
  • Then, tap on the “Security and Privacy” option.
  • Finally, check that the option “Allow your Apple Watch to Unlock Your Mac” is activated or not. It is found inside the “General” tab.
  • Detecting If You have Had Fell Unintentionally
In case, you wish to fall detection feature of “Apple Watch,” then follow these steps:
  • Firstly, open your “Watch” application over your handheld device.
  • Then, hit the “Emergency SOS” tab.
  • After that, turn on the feature “Fall Detection.”
  • Searching your Missing Smartphone
If you have forgotten your smartphone inside the sofa cushion or under the bedsheet, then you become worried, but your Apple Watch has a very interesting feature regarding the same. It allows pinging your iPhone so that you search it as soon as possible.
  • If you wish to search your phone via Apple Watch, then navigate to the “Control Center.” and 
  • After that, hit the bell icon.
  • Keep press the icon until you find your handheld device.
  • Telling Time Through “Haptic” Feedback
The “Haptic Time” function runs on its feedback features of “Apple Watch” to hit the time on your hand.
If you wish to enable the feature, then follow these steps:
  • First of all, hit the “Settings” application.
  • Then, scroll down your watch’s screen and then hit the “Clock.”
  • Now, turn the “Haptic Time” feature.
  • After that, choose a particular profile.
  • Getting “Haptic Chimes” On Hourly Basis
In case you wish to feel that the moment or time is slipping by from your wrist, then you have to turn the chimes feature to “ON.” It buzzes and shakes your wrist along with Chimes sound.
To enable the feature, follow these steps:
  • First of all, open the “Settings” app.
  • Then, scroll down your page and then tap on the “Accessibility” option.
  • After that, scroll your page down and turn “On” the Chimes feature.
  • Hit the “Sounds” option.
  • Now, select the option “Birds” or “Bells.”
  • Hit the “Schedule” option.
  • Now, hit the option “Schedule.”
  • Finally, tap the time slot as Quarter-Hourly or half-Hourly, and Hourly.
Richard Branson is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at

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