• Apple Fitness+ Available Without Apple Watch Starting With iOS 16.1 and tvOS 16.1

    8 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple Fitness+ will be available to iPhone users without an Apple Watch starting with iOS 16.1 and tvOS 16.1, which are currently in beta testing.
    In the second beta of iOS 16.1 seeded to developers earlier today, user Jadyn Daniel noticed that it is now possible to subscribe to Apple Fitness+ on the iPhone without having an Apple Watch. Similarly, in the second beta of tvOS 16.1 for the Apple TV, Screen Times editor-in-chief Sigmund Judge uncovered a new screen that allows users to connect an iPhone for Apple Fitness+ workouts, with no Apple Watch required.
    Apple already announced that...
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  • 8 hidden iOS 16 features you need to check out ASAP

    8 hidden iOS 16 features you need to check out ASAP

    8 days ago - By BGR

    IPhone owners have now had over a week to explore iOS 16 and all the new features that it brings to the table. iOS 16 might not be a total redesign, but Apple did pack the update with significant changes. Apple highlighted many of those changes at WWDC 2022 and on its site , but you might have missed a few. If you are looking for some of the best hidden features in iOS 16 , we put together a list below that you might want to check out.
    1. Delete more of Apple's apps
    Six years ago, with the release of iOS 10, Apple gave iPhone and iPad owners the ability to delete some of its pre-installed...
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  • Exclusive Apple Watch Ultra apps appear on App Store days ahead of launch

    Exclusive Apple Watch Ultra apps appear on App Store days ahead of launch

    8 days ago - By iMore

    Ahead of the Apple Watch Ultra's launch on Friday, September 23, Apple has added the new Siren and Depth apps to the App Store.
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  • Apple Watch Series 8 credited with detecting unknown heart condition

    Apple Watch Series 8 credited with detecting unknown heart condition

    8 days ago - By iMore

    An Apple Watch Series 8 was credited with saving a woman when it detected AFib after using the ECG feature.
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  • Apple Now Says Apple Watch Series 8 and SE 2 Support Bluetooth 5.3

    Apple Now Says Apple Watch Series 8 and SE 2 Support Bluetooth 5.3

    8 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    When the Apple Watch Series 8 and second-generation Apple Watch SE were first announced, the Apple Watch comparison page said both models supported Bluetooth 5.0, but Apple now says they actually support the newer Bluetooth 5.3 standard.
    Apple's website still lists the Series 8 and new SE with Bluetooth 5.0 support in some places, but we received confirmation today from Apple that both models do in fact support Bluetooth 5.3 in the United States at a minimum.
    All four iPhone 14 models, the second-generation AirPods Pro, and the Apple Watch Ultra also support Bluetooth 5.3, according to...
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