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When you press the Digital Crown on your Apple Watch, you won’t find the Safari app in the app bubble or list of watchOS apps. This might make you think there’s no way to browse the web on your Apple Watch. But that isn’t the case.

Using the guide below, you can open web pages on your Apple Watch in a secret Safari browser that is actually built into watchOS.

How to Browse the Web With Safari on an Apple Watch

Even though there is no visible browser on Apple Watch, if you receive a link in Messages or Mail, you can tap to open it and use a watchOS version of Safari to browse the web.

Here’s how to open any specific web page on your Apple Watch:

  • Use your iPhone or Apple Watch to send the desired URL to yourself or someone close via Messages or Mail.
  • Open the Messages or Mail app on your Apple Watch.
  • Inside the Messages or Mail app, go to the conversation or email you just sent.
  • Tap the URL . It’ll open in the secret Safari browser.

Tip: To send the URL to yourself, open the iPhone Messages app, tap the compose button, and in the recipient section, type the phone number or email associated with iMessage. Type or paste the desired URL and hit send .

You can also type the URL directly in a message conversation with the full QWERTY keyboard on the Apple Watch Series 7 . On other models, use dictation and say something like "apple.com."

Please note that, if you use the scribble feature to enter the website address, it often registers "o" of the word "com" as "0" (zero). So, use the watch keyboard, dictation, or your iPhone to send the URL.

Important Points About Browsing the Web on an Apple Watch

The browsing experience on Apple Watch isn’t as feature-rich as on an iPhone, and you must keep these points in mind to make the most of it:

  • Scroll: Use one finger or rotate the Digital Crown to scroll up or down on the web page. Similar to iPhone, on Apple Watch, tapping at the top of the screen usually takes you to the top of the current page, but doing the same with a web page open does nothing.
  • Open new pages: You can tap the interlinks on a web page to keep visiting new links.
  • Use the on-page search box: If a web page (like Wikipedia) has a search box, you can tap it and enter the search query using the Apple Watch keyboard, scribble, or dictation.
  • Enter a new address manually: You can’t tap the URL address bar to enter a new address, you need to use links on the page itself.
  • Navigate between web pages: To go back or forward, swipe right or left from the edge of the Apple Watch screen.
  • Zoom in on a web page: You can’t use two fingers to pinch and zoom into the web page. But you can double-tap to zoom in and out. Once the web page is zoomed in, drag it around with one finger.
  • Reload the page: Tap the address bar at the top and tap Reload Page . This screen also shows the option to go to the Previous Page .
  • Change view: Tap the address bar at the top and choose from Reader view or Web View . Not every website offers these options.
  • Multitask: You can click the Digital Crown to use other apps. The web page will stay open unless you close the Apple Watch Messages or Mail app.
  • Stop web browsing: To exit web browsing on Apple Watch, tap Close from the top left of the screen.
  • Images: The hidden web browser on your Apple Watch may not display some images or take a lot of time to load them. Plus, tapping an image may not open it in full view.
  • Fonts: Similarly, many custom fonts may not be rendered and displayed on the watchOS Safari. It will fall back to using standard fonts. As a result, a familiar website may look different on Apple Watch than on iPhone or Mac.

How to Clear the Browsing History on Apple Watch

The Apple Watch needs a companion iPhone to sync things like watch screenshots or voice memos you record. But your Apple Watch browsing history doesn’t sync and merge with the Safari history of your paired iPhone.

Here’s how to delete Apple Watch cookies, credentials, and other browsing data from the Apple Watch itself:

  • Open the Settings app on Apple Watch.
  • Tap General .
  • Scroll down and tap Website Data .
  • Tap Clear Website Data and confirm by tapping Clear Data .

Why Doesn’t the Apple Watch Have a Normal Web Browser?

Apple doesn’t show the Safari icon on the Apple Watch. The main reasons for this are the tiny screen and its battery.

Compared to even the smallest popular smartphone, the biggest Apple Watch Series 7 has a tiny screen. Due to this, it isn’t very comfortable to type a URL and view web pages on it. Plus, due to other watchOS limitations, filling forms, uploading files, and other online interactions aren’t possible from a watchOS browser.

The Apple Watch also has a small battery that struggles to last a full day under the heavy use of existing apps and features. If a regular web browser was added, rendering feature-rich websites would drain the battery more quickly. And if watchOS tries to cut down the rich, battery-draining contents of a web page, it will offer a poor experience to users.

Related: How to Save and Extend Battery Life on Apple Watch

Third-Party Apple Watch Browsers

Major developers don’t have much interest or incentive in creating a browser for the tiny watch screen. That being said, if you truly need a web browser on your Apple Watch, you can check out µBrowser for $0.99. If you don’t wish to pay, Parrity is a free Apple Watch web browser you can give a shot.

Will Apple Add a Full Safari Browser to Future Versions of watchOS?

It’s hard to say. Apple doesn’t even let you listen to music on the watch’s internal speakers. You must connect it to AirPods or other Bluetooth earphones to play music added to the Apple Watch. All this is to extend the battery life and get you through the day. So, the chances of adding a full web browser where people can access sites like YouTube seems highly improbable.

But if battery technology reaches a point where it packs a lot of juice in a tiny form factor, we might get Safari on Apple Watch.

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Web Browsing on Apple Watch

Now you know the trick to visit a website on your Apple Watch. This isn’t useful for a lot of use cases, but suppose you’re leaving for a place where you can’t use your iPhone. In this situation, you can send the link to yourself on iMessage or email and then open it on your Apple Watch when needed.

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The Apple Watch might not feature Safari in its list of apps, but the browser is indeed there, just waiting to render web pages. While browsing your favorite websites from your wrist may seem convenient, some hurdles still exist.

To access the Apple Watch browser, you'll need to tap a link. There are three surefire ways of getting a link using stock apps within watchOS. There may be more if you use third-party apps, which you can install using the Watch app on your iPhone or on the Watch directly .

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1. Use Siri

The easiest way of launching the browser is to ask Siri to do it. To do this, press and hold the Digital Crown button to trigger Siri, then say "search for howtogeek.com" or whichever website you'd like to launch.

You may also be able to use "Hey, Siri" or simply raise your wrist to speak if you have these options enabled in your Apple Watch settings.

From here, Siri will perform a web search and offer you a list of websites. Tap "Open Page" to open a website in a browser overlay.

Search engines like Google, DuckDuckGo, and Bing allow you to undertake more in-depth browsing sessions, but often, searching for what you need directly is the easiest way to get where you want to go.

2. Use Messages

While Siri is the most convenient method of launching the watchOS browser, you can also use Messages. All you need is a link to tap in a Messages conversation. If someone sends you a link, you can tap on it to launch the browser and take a look.

To access a web page of your choice using this method, you'll need to send yourself the link. This isn't so bad if you have an Apple Watch Series 7 or later with a full wrist keyboard . Third-party messaging apps may also support this feature.

Apple Watch Series 7 Smart Watch

The Apple Watch Series 7 features a full wrist keyboard which improves the Safari browsing experience.

3. Use Mail

Finally, you can also tap on links within email messages. Just like the Messages method, this requires the presence of a link in an incoming email.

You can type (or dictate) and send a link via email. Once received, you can then tap the link to open the web page.

We found launching the browser via the Apple Watch imprecise and a bit inconvenient. And there are a few reasons why.

The Browser Is Impractical

To start, we experienced issues with rendering on our Series 4 Apple Watch. As you can see in the screenshot below of the How-To Geek homepage, the images haven't appeared, and the alignment of some elements is off.

While performing web searches using Siri is the best method to use, it still requires patience and some thoughtful search cues. For example, telling Siri to "search for wikipedia.com" opens an App Store link rather than Wikipedia.

Since Siri includes information from Wikipedia, saying "search for iPhone Wikipedia" doesn't provide you with a link but a summary of the topic.

You must remember to say "search the web" for these queries, and even then you need to hope that Bing (which Siri uses) gets the right results.

The other methods have even less utility since you must use precise web addresses. If you're using an Apple Watch without a keyboard, you'll have to use Apple's "scribble" text input method, which frequently confuses the letter "o" with the numeral "0." This can cause many ".com" links to fail.

The Mail and Messages methods can be made a little more practical by sending messages to yourself, but it's still not the most pleasant way of browsing the web. Dictating a web address is fine, but if you're using your voice, you're better off using Siri.

Performing more precise queries requires using a search engine as a jumping-off point, such as Google, DuckDuckGo, or Bing.

Sometimes pages will open in Reader view by default, which makes for a more useful reading experience at the cost of web page functionality. If this happens, tap the address bar to change to "Web View" instead.

Using a Browser on Your Wrist Is Uncomfortable

Using a browser on your wrist isn't the most comfortable option. No watch was designed to be used for an extended length of time. You may experience physical discomfort from holding your wrist in an extended position. While short browsing sessions are doable, longer sessions may not be possible.

If you're serious about browsing the web on your Apple Watch, a third-party browser might be worth it to overcome some of the hurdles we discussed above.

Of the free Apple Watch browsers we tried,  Parrity  is the only option we would recommend. The browser renders a page separately, then sends a snapshot to your Apple Watch, so you don't have as many issues with rendering as you do using the above methods.

The app functions as you'd expect, allowing you to perform searches and enter web addresses just like in Safari.

The interface even makes a few accommodations, like providing shortcuts for common web address prefixes and suffixes like "www." and ".com" to make things a little easier.

It's still a bit tedious to use on an Apple Watch model before the Series 7 because of the lack of a physical keyboard.

The "scribble" input method doesn't work great for precise web addresses, and dictating URLs aloud isn't going to suit everyone's tastes.

There are other paid Apple Watch browsers to choose from, including µBrowser  and Squint Browser , but we wouldn't recommend spending your money on these tools.

Your other devices, such as your iPhone or iPad, are much better suited for browsing. Yet, there are still plenty of reasons to use an Apple Watch, whether you're into outdoor pursuits like hiking , looking for motivation on your fitness journey , or want potentially life-saving features like heart health notifications or fall detection .

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How to Use the Secret Safari Browser on Your Apple Watch

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While there is no doubt watchOS is feature-rich , it lacks a notable feature — a native browser app. Even though Apple Watch’s tiny screen is not ideal for web browsing, many wish to get Safari on Apple Watch for quick browsing on the go or when the iPhone is tucked away.

Thanks to a pretty nifty trick, you can use the secret Safari browser on your Apple Watch. If you wonder whether your wearable is compatible with this hack, you need not worry. This hack has been available for a long time, so you can get the most out of it even on your older Apple Watch models. That all being said, it’s time to get started with the steps!

Step 1: Open the Messages app or the Mail app on your iPhone and send the preferred URL to yourself. 

Step 2: Open the Messages or Mail app on your Apple Watch. 

Step 3: Next, head over to the conversation or email thread and tap on the URL . 

Voila! Your Apple Watch will open the secret Safari browser . Now, use this nifty utility to search web pages on your wrist. 

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It’s worth pointing out that you can also take advantage of the full QWERTY keyboard on the Apple Watch Series 7 to type the URL directly in a message. Easily among the best Apple Watch 7 tips , the QWERTY keyboard is designed to make typing more convenient on your smartwatch’s small screen. 

On other Apple Watch models, you can use scribble or dictation to enter URL. Bear in mind that the scribble feature often mistakenly registers “o” of the word “com” as “0” (zero). Therefore, it’s better to use dictation, the watch keyboard, or the iPhone to send the URL to your watch. 

Tips for Better Browsing on Apple Watch

There are some handy gestures that you can use to browse the web on your Apple Watch.

1. Reload and Scroll Web Pages Easily 

To reload a web page on your Apple Watch, tap the address bar at the top and hit Reload Page . Similarly, scrolling is simple as well. You can use a finger or rotate the Digital Crown to scroll up or down on a web page. Y ou can also tap the top of the screen to go to the top of the current page – just like on iPhone. 

If you see a search box on a web page (like the one that appears on iPhoneHacks), tap it and enter the search query with the help of scribble, dictation, or the tiny keyboard (available on the Apple Watch Series 7). Unfortunately, you can’t input the URL in the address bar on your Apple Watch. Hence, you must use links on the page to visit other web pages. 

Reload a Web Page on Apple Watch 

2. Zoom in on a Web Page

You can double-tap to zoom in and out on a web page. After you have zoomed in on a web page, drag it around using one finger. Unfortunately, Apple Watch doesn’t allow you to pinch and zoom into a web page using two fingers. But  you can go back or forward by swiping right or left from the edge of the screen. 

3. Enable Reader View

Tap the address bar at the top and select Reader or Web View, depending on your needs. Do note that all websites do not support these options. 

To exit the browser on the Apple Watch, all you need to do is tap Close at the top left corner of the screen. 

You need to keep in mind some limitations while browsing the web on your wearable. The browser may not display some images or take a long time to load some of them. Additionally, not all custom fonts will be rendered correctly.

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How to Clear Browsing History on Apple Watch 

Interestingly, Apple Watch’s browsing history doesn’t sync with the paired iPhone. Whether for privacy or to keep the storage uncluttered, you can clear the browsing history on your Apple Watch.

Step 1: Launch the Settings app on your Apple Watch and choose General .

Step 2: Now, tap Website Data and hit Clear Website Data . Make sure to tap Clear Data in the popup to confirm.

Clear Browsing History on Apple Watch 

So, that’s how you can unlock the hidden browser on your Apple Watch. Even though the tiny screen on the Watch is not suitable for browsing, a baby Safari browser with all the essential tools would be a welcome addition to watchOS 9, which is all set to be announced at WWDC 2022 alongside iOS 16 . What’s your take on it? Do not forget to share your thoughts in the comments.

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6 Best Web Browsers for Apple Watch in 2022 (Free & Paid)

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Apple Watch is a benchmark for the smartwatch market. With Watch OS, it brings all health and productivity features that one would need to the table. While the Apple Watch does not get a built-in Safari, it supports third-party apps, meaning you can install web browsers on it with ease. In this article, let’s look at some of the best web browsers you can install on your Apple Watch, including both free and paid options.

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Free Web Browsers for Apple Watch

A web browser will add to your overall experience with the Apple Watch. Here are some of the top free web browser apps you can install on Watch OS.

Parrity Web Browser for Apple Watch

Parrity is a fully operable web browser that you can use directly on your Apple Watch or operate it from your iPhone. It has a minified web UI with easy-to-use control buttons. You can visit sites using Siri or Scribble with a convenient URL positioning UI and you can also share sites from Safari using the share panel.

The browser supports dozens of popular search engines like Google, Wikipedia, Amazon, IMDb, etc. It uses caching that allows faster reloading of pages. Along with that, it also supports basic history management that keeps a record of visited pages which you can clear anytime.

You can pre-load web pages on your iPhone and send them to the watch for better convenience. This feature can be helpful in urgent events like signing in. Lastly, it also has a watch face widget for quick access to the browser.

Key Features:

  • Site sharing with iPhone
  • Minified Web UI for Smartwatches
  • Supports Multiple Search Engines
  • Basic History Management
  • Pre-load Web Pages
  • Watch Face Widget for Quick Access
  • Siri and Scribble Voice Support

Check on App Store: Parrity Web Browser

Webabit  Web Browser for Apple Watch

Webabit is a simple and limited web browser for Apple Watch. It does not have many features and only allows basic browsing. There’s no search engine support here but it can load specific websites that you can sync through Safari on your iPhone.

You can bookmark any site on the Safari browser which you can access on the watch later through Webabit. It’s an ideal option if you’re looking for a lightweight browser that suits your basic page-viewing requirements on Apple Watch.

  • Simple-to-use Interface
  • Access any Website on the go
  • Access Links from Safari
  • Easy linking with Phone
  • Bookmark websites for Quick Access

Check on App Store: Webabit Simple Browser

Paid Web Browsers for Apple Watch

1. µbrowser.

uBrowser  Web Browser for Apple Watch

µBrowser is a mini web browser for the Apple Watch made for urgent browsing. It does not support many search engines but you can use it for basic browsing when you don’t have any other device around you.

You can open any URL by typing and can also search anything on the web with DuckDuckGo engine. It allows you to visit your previously visited pages and you can also add pages from history to favorites for easy access.

The µBrowser also supports complications to quickly access the browser from the watch face. There’s also a µBrowser browser companion app available for iPhone through which you can manage bookmarks.

  • Quick Access Mini Browser
  • Web search with DuckDuckGo
  • Better Keyboard Optimization for Series 7
  • Add Favorites from History
  • Quick access from Watch Face
  • Companion app to Manage Bookmarks

Check on App Store: µBrowser Mini Browser

2. iBrowserWeb

iBrowserWeb  Web Browser for Apple Watch

iBrowserWeb is a premium web browser for Apple Watch that comes with a premium price tag. It comes equipped with a fully functional keyboard that lets you search anything on the web through this browser instantly.

You can search anything like websites or about any general knowledge question with its search engine. The browser can open new tabs and save your favorite websites and links to access them easily in future without searching for it again.

While it offers several features, the UI may feel childish to some people. And given the price tag of around $20, we would suggest you first try the other free and paid options available in the article.

  • Fully Functional Keyboard
  • Search Anything on the Watch
  • Create New Tabs
  • Watch Latest News
  • Save Links and Favorite Websites
  • Support Tickets Available

Check on App Store: iBrowseWeb – Browser & Search Engine for Apple Watch

3. Squint Browser

Squint  Web Browser for Apple Watch

Squint browser is a complete web browser that instantly discovers your searched content on any website in any language. It works with popular search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, and DuckDuckGo.

This browser can be set on the watch face for quick access and can also work with Siri. You can add or edit keywords and favorites on your iPhone and sync them to your watch.

You can access three different sections in the browser by swiping left and right, keywords, favorites and results. The browser also supports voice commands, allowing you to do tasks like reading articles, pause and resume reading, etc, handsfree.

For less than $2, it’s a quite feature-rich browser that you can install on your Apple Watch.

  • Fully-functional Web Browser
  • Supports Popular Search Engines
  • Works with Voice Assistant
  • Easy Access to Different Sections
  • Seamless Integration with iPhone
  • Voice Commands for Quick Tasks

Check on App Store: Squint Browser

Hidden Web Browser on Apple Watch

Apart from downloading third-party web browsers from App Store on the Apple Watch, you can also use the hidden web browser onboard. There are two ways you can use it, given below.

1. Open Links Using Messages (Webkit Integration)

The Apple Watch comes with built-in messaging and calling support. You can use web browse search on the watch by sending a link on messages to the Apple Watch. To do so:

Hidden Web Browser in Apple Watch

Step 1: Send the link you want to open on your watch via messages or email.

Step 2: Click the link on your watch.

Step 3: It will open the link in the browser inside the messages app.

It offers a similar webpage experience to an iPhone with a mini screen.

Note: Webkit Integration is limited to the Apple Watch Series 3. Websites will not load on Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2.

2. Open Webpage Using Siri on Apple Watch

The other way is to use Siri voice assistant, elaborated below:

Hidden Web Browser on Apple Watch

Step 1: Toggle Siri and say “Hey Siri, search web”.

Step 2: It will show you some web pages options like Google, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, and more.

Step 3: Choose the website you want to browse.

Using this method, you can browse websites on your Apple Watch without any tweaks or apps. To search for general queries, select Google, and then input your query.

Browsing Web on Apple Watch

These were some of the best web browsers for the Apple Watch including free and paid apps. Besides, we’ve also mentioned how you can use the hidden web browser to browse the internet on your Apple Watch without any third-party app or tweak. Stay tuned for more such tips, tricks, and apps around wearables you use.

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Did you know that there is a secret Safari browser hidden on your Apple Watch? This neat feature allows you to browse the web from the convenience of your wrist, without the need for your iPhone or any other device. Here’s how you can use the secret Safari browser on your Apple Watch:

1. Open the Hidden Browser: To access the hidden browser on your Apple Watch, you will need to activate it first. To do this, press on the Digital Crown on your watch to access the home screen. Once you are there, you will need to find the “Settings” option and select it.

2. Find the “General” Option: In the settings, you will see a list of options. You will need to scroll down until you find the “General” option, and then select it.

3. Activate the Browser: Once you are in the “General” settings, you will see a list of options once again. You will need to scroll down to the very bottom of the screen until you see the “Activate Browser” option. Toggle this option on, and your browser will be activated.

4. Browse the Web: Once your browser is activated, you can start browsing the web from your Apple Watch. To open the browser, press on the Digital Crown on your watch to access the home screen. You will see a new icon labeled “Browser.” Select this icon to open the browser and start browsing the web.

5. Use Voice Commands: Since the screen on your Apple Watch is relatively small, browsing the web can be a bit of a challenge. Fortunately, you can use voice commands to navigate the browser. Simply say “Hey Siri” and then ask Siri to search for something or open a specific website. Siri will then perform the necessary action on your behalf.

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How to Get Safari Like Web Browser on Apple Watch

Want to browse the internet on your Apple Watch but can’t find Safari in the list of apps? You aren’t alone. Apple Watch doesn’t include a Safari web browser that you can use freely. So what’s the solution? All you need to do is get a third-party Safari-like web browser app on your Apple Watch. Useful when you don’t have an iPhone on you like when you are on a run, in the gym, or in the pool.

You need to take the help of an app known as Parrity . It’s a web browser that can be used on iPhone and Apple Watch both. First, install the Parrity app on your iPhone from the App Store.

Once installed, open the Watch app on your iPhone. Scroll down to the apps section and tap on the Install button next to the Parrity app. The app will be installed on your Apple Watch.

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Now, open the Parrity web browser on your Apple Watch (it should be in the list of apps) and you are ready to explore the world of the internet on your Apple Watch. Tap on the Globe icon in the app to open the address bar. Then, tap on the address bar.

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You will get options to enter the website URLs. You can enter it using voice typing or handwriting mode. The third option is to use your iPhone to type the text. Hit the Go button. Once a webpage opens, use the Digital Crown or swipe up and down to navigate around the webpage.

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Of course, since the screen space is quite small, the experience isn’t as great as one would have on an iPhone or a laptop. Nevertheless, the app works great and can come in handy when you want to browse something on your Apple Watch.

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You can also use the following workarounds to browse the internet on your Apple Watch:

  • Send the link you want to open on your Apple Watch via the Messages or the Mail app to make it available on your Apple Watch. Then, click on the link and it should open in the hidden browser on your Apple Watch. Don’t get excited because you cannot manually enter links in the hidden browser of your Apple Watch.
  • Use Siri to open popular sites like Google, Facebook, Amazon, etc. Activate Siri and then say the website name. Once the web results show up, scroll down and tap on Open web page.

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Introduction

Adding Safari to your Apple Watch can significantly enhance your browsing experience by providing quick access to the web right from your wrist. With the ability to browse the internet directly on your Apple Watch, you can conveniently look up information, check websites, and perform quick searches without needing to reach for your iPhone or other devices. This seamless integration of Safari on your Apple Watch offers a new level of convenience and accessibility, making it a valuable addition to your wearable tech arsenal.

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to add Safari to your Apple Watch , customize its settings, and make the most of this feature. Whether you're a tech enthusiast eager to explore the full potential of your Apple Watch or someone looking to streamline your browsing experience, this comprehensive tutorial will equip you with the knowledge to seamlessly integrate Safari into your wearable device.

By following the steps outlined in this guide, you'll be able to harness the power of Safari on your Apple Watch, enabling you to browse the web with ease and efficiency. So, let's dive into the process of adding, customizing, and using Safari on your Apple Watch to unlock a world of browsing possibilities right from your wrist.

Step 1: Check Compatibility

Before adding Safari to your Apple Watch, it's crucial to ensure that your device meets the necessary requirements for compatibility. This step is essential to avoid any potential issues and to guarantee a seamless integration of Safari into your wearable tech. Here's how to check the compatibility of your Apple Watch for Safari:

WatchOS Version : Verify that your Apple Watch is running the required version of WatchOS that supports the Safari browser . To do this, navigate to the "Settings" app on your Apple Watch, then select "General" and tap on "About." Here, you can check the "Version" to confirm that your WatchOS is up to date and compatible with Safari.

Hardware Compatibility : Ensure that your Apple Watch model is compatible with Safari. Different Apple Watch models may have varying capabilities, so it's essential to verify that your specific model supports the installation and use of Safari.

iPhone Compatibility : Check if your iPhone is compatible with the Apple Watch model you own. Since the Apple Watch relies on the paired iPhone for certain functionalities, such as app installations and updates, it's important to ensure that your iPhone is compatible with your Apple Watch to support the addition of Safari.

By confirming the compatibility of your Apple Watch with Safari, you can proceed with confidence to the next steps of installing and customizing Safari on your wearable device. This proactive approach ensures a smooth and successful integration of Safari, allowing you to harness the full potential of web browsing directly from your Apple Watch.

Ensuring compatibility is the first crucial step towards seamlessly integrating Safari into your Apple Watch experience. Once you've confirmed compatibility, you can proceed to the next steps with the assurance that your device is ready to embrace the convenience and functionality that Safari brings to your wrist.

Step 2: Install Safari on Apple Watch

Installing Safari on your Apple Watch is a straightforward process that brings the power of web browsing directly to your wrist. With Safari readily available on your wearable device, you can effortlessly access the internet, perform quick searches, and browse websites without needing to reach for your iPhone or other devices. Here's a detailed guide on how to install Safari on your Apple Watch:

Access the App Store : Begin by accessing the App Store on your paired iPhone. Launch the App Store app and navigate to the search tab.

Search for Safari : In the search bar, enter "Safari" and look for the official Safari app developed by Apple Inc. Once you locate the Safari app, tap on it to access the app details.

Install Safari : After accessing the Safari app details, tap on the "Get" button to initiate the installation process. If prompted, authenticate the installation using Face ID, Touch ID, or your Apple ID password.

Wait for Installation : Allow the Safari app to download and install on your Apple Watch. The installation progress can be monitored through the App Store interface.

Check Apple Watch : Once the installation is complete, navigate to the Apple Watch app on your paired iPhone. Under the "My Watch" tab, scroll down to "Installed on Apple Watch" to verify that Safari is listed among the installed apps.

Customize Safari : With Safari successfully installed on your Apple Watch, you can customize its settings and preferences to tailor the browsing experience to your liking. This may include adjusting privacy settings, enabling or disabling specific features, and configuring preferences for a personalized browsing experience.

By following these steps, you can seamlessly install Safari on your Apple Watch, empowering you with the ability to browse the web directly from your wrist. With Safari readily accessible on your wearable device, you can enjoy the convenience of quick internet access and streamlined browsing, enhancing the functionality of your Apple Watch.

Installing Safari on your Apple Watch opens up a world of possibilities, allowing you to stay connected and informed with just a few taps on your wrist. This integration of Safari into your wearable device exemplifies the seamless convergence of technology and convenience, empowering you to explore the web with unparalleled ease and efficiency.

Step 3: Customize Safari Settings

Customizing Safari settings on your Apple Watch allows you to tailor the browsing experience to suit your preferences and optimize the functionality of the browser on your wearable device. By adjusting various settings and preferences, you can enhance privacy, streamline navigation, and personalize the browsing environment to align with your specific needs. Here's a detailed exploration of the customization options available for Safari on your Apple Watch:

Privacy Settings

Safeguarding your privacy while browsing is paramount, and Safari offers several privacy settings that you can customize on your Apple Watch. You can configure settings such as blocking pop-ups, enabling the "Do Not Track" feature, and managing website data to enhance your privacy and security while browsing the web.

Reader Mode

Enabling Reader Mode on Safari allows for a more focused and streamlined reading experience by removing clutter and distractions from web pages. You can customize Safari to automatically activate Reader Mode for compatible web pages, ensuring a clean and distraction-free reading environment on your Apple Watch.

Favorites and Bookmarks

Customizing your favorite websites and bookmarks within Safari on your Apple Watch enables quick access to frequently visited sites. You can organize and manage your favorites and bookmarks, ensuring that essential websites are readily accessible with a simple tap on your wrist.

Search Engine Preferences

Safari allows you to customize your preferred search engine, giving you the flexibility to choose the search provider that best aligns with your browsing habits and preferences. By configuring the search engine settings, you can ensure that your web searches yield results from your preferred search engine.

Website Notifications

Managing website notifications within Safari on your Apple Watch allows you to stay informed about updates and alerts from your favorite websites. You can customize notification settings for individual websites, ensuring that you receive relevant updates directly on your wearable device.

Content Blockers

Safari supports content blockers that allow you to control the display of ads, pop-ups, and other unwanted content while browsing. By customizing content blocker settings, you can enhance the browsing experience by reducing distractions and improving page load times on your Apple Watch.

Reader Font and Appearance

Customizing the font and appearance settings for Reader Mode in Safari enables you to personalize the reading experience to suit your visual preferences. You can adjust the font style, size, and background color to create a comfortable and tailored reading environment on your Apple Watch.

By customizing these settings and preferences within Safari on your Apple Watch, you can optimize the browsing experience to align with your unique preferences and requirements. This level of customization empowers you to leverage the full potential of Safari on your wearable device, ensuring a personalized and efficient web browsing experience right from your wrist.

Step 4: Using Safari on Apple Watch

Once Safari is successfully installed and customized on your Apple Watch, you can seamlessly harness the power of web browsing directly from your wrist. Navigating the internet and accessing your favorite websites becomes a convenient and efficient experience, empowering you to stay connected and informed with just a few taps on your wearable device. Here's a detailed exploration of how to make the most of Safari on your Apple Watch:

Quick Access to Information

With Safari readily available on your Apple Watch, you can instantly look up information, check websites, and perform quick searches without needing to reach for your iPhone or other devices. Whether you need to find a quick answer to a question, look up a recipe, or check the latest news, Safari on your Apple Watch provides immediate access to the wealth of information available on the web.

Streamlined Browsing Experience

The integration of Safari into your Apple Watch streamlines the browsing experience, allowing you to navigate web pages with ease directly from your wrist. Whether you're checking the weather forecast, reading an article, or browsing social media, Safari offers a seamless and intuitive interface that enhances the functionality of your Apple Watch.

Voice Search and Dictation

Leveraging the voice search and dictation features of Safari on your Apple Watch enables hands-free browsing and quick information retrieval. By simply using voice commands, you can initiate web searches, dictate messages, and interact with web content, adding a layer of convenience to your browsing experience.

Website Compatibility

Safari on Apple Watch is designed to ensure compatibility with a wide range of websites, allowing you to access and interact with various web-based platforms directly from your wearable device. Whether you're accessing news sites, checking your email, or browsing online stores, Safari's compatibility ensures a seamless and responsive browsing experience.

Notifications and Updates

Safari on your Apple Watch keeps you informed about website notifications and updates, allowing you to stay connected to the latest developments and alerts from your favorite websites. Whether it's receiving breaking news alerts, updates from social media platforms, or notifications from your favorite blogs, Safari ensures that you're always in the loop, directly from your wrist.

Enhanced Productivity

The integration of Safari into your Apple Watch enhances your productivity by providing quick access to web-based tools, resources, and information. Whether you're checking your calendar, accessing productivity apps, or looking up reference materials, Safari empowers you to accomplish tasks and stay organized with unparalleled efficiency.

By leveraging the capabilities of Safari on your Apple Watch, you can seamlessly integrate web browsing into your wearable device, unlocking a world of possibilities right from your wrist. The convenience, accessibility, and functionality offered by Safari on your Apple Watch exemplify the seamless convergence of technology and convenience, empowering you to explore the web with unparalleled ease and efficiency.

In conclusion, the integration of Safari into your Apple Watch elevates the functionality and convenience of your wearable device, offering seamless access to the web directly from your wrist. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you've gained the knowledge to add Safari to your Apple Watch, customize its settings, and make the most of this feature. The ability to browse the internet, access information, and stay connected with just a few taps on your Apple Watch exemplifies the convergence of technology and convenience, enhancing your overall digital experience.

With Safari readily available on your Apple Watch, you can enjoy quick access to information, streamlined browsing, and enhanced productivity, all from the convenience of your wearable device. The personalized customization options within Safari allow you to tailor the browsing experience to align with your unique preferences, ensuring a seamless and efficient web browsing experience right from your wrist.

The compatibility checks ensure that your Apple Watch is ready to embrace the power of Safari, providing you with the assurance of a smooth and successful integration. Whether you're a tech enthusiast eager to explore the full potential of your Apple Watch or someone looking to streamline your browsing experience, the addition of Safari to your wearable device opens up a world of possibilities, empowering you to stay connected and informed with unparalleled ease.

As technology continues to evolve, the seamless convergence of web browsing capabilities into wearable devices represents a significant step towards enhancing accessibility and connectivity. Safari on your Apple Watch exemplifies this evolution, offering a glimpse into the future of wearable technology and its potential to seamlessly integrate into our daily lives.

In embracing the power of Safari on your Apple Watch, you've unlocked a new level of convenience and accessibility, empowering you to explore the web with unparalleled ease and efficiency. The seamless integration of Safari into your wearable device exemplifies the limitless potential of technology to enhance our digital experiences, and with your newfound knowledge, you're well-equipped to make the most of this innovative feature on your Apple Watch.

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La función que estabas esperando: cómo navegar por Safari y utilizar Google en el Apple Watch con watchOS 5 [Actualizado]

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watchOS 5 nos trae multitud de pequeñas y grandes novedades a nuestro Apple Watch. Desde nuevas actividades de entrenamiento a mejoras en la esfera de Siri. Pasando por accesos directos a las apps que están en segundo plano. Pero lo que nunca imaginamos es que pudiéramos navegar por Safari en el Apple Watch .

Esto es posible gracias a que watchOS 5 incorpora soporte de WebKit en dos apps oficiales del reloj: Mail y Mensajes. Veamos cómo podemos utilizarlo.

Cómo activar y usar Safari en el Apple Watch

Descubrí este truco hace poco gracias a que me mandé a mí mismo un enlace a través de Mensajes desde el Mac. Al recibirlo en el Apple Watch, vi que se mostraba una pequeña vista previa del contenido y lo toqué. Al hacerlo, se abrió encima de Mensajes una forma de Safari. A los pocos segundos estaba leyendo el contenido del artículo enlazado, con la vista de lectura activada por defecto.

Si lo pensamos, no es una función del todo descabellada ya que watchOS 5 también permite conectarnos a redes Wi-Fi desde el reloj . Haciendo más pruebas, he comprobado que funciona con diferentes tipos de web . Incluso podemos acceder a Google desde el Apple Watch, lo cual es alucinante. Estos son los pasos que debes seguir:

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  • Inicia una conversación de Mensajes contigo mismo. Como alternativa, puedes crear un nuevo email.
  • Sea cual sea el método que elijas, mándate a ti mismo un enlace con la dirección de Google. Es decir, envíate el texto "http://google.es".
  • Abre el mensaje o email en tu Apple Watch. No importa que lo leas antes en tu iPhone.
  • Ahí encontrarás el enlace, dale y espera a que se abra. Verás cómo aparece la home de Google en tu muñeca.
  • Al tocar el campo de búsqueda, podrás buscar lo que quieras dictando al reloj o deletreando una a una las letras que componen tu objetivo.

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Como puede verse en la sucesión de capturas, esta prueba la hemos hecho entrando en Applesfera . La web se carga en su versión móvil, aunque le cuesta bastante completarla entera. A partir de ahí, puedes navegar con un dedo o la corona digital. Al entrar en un artículo, se carga por defecto la vista de lectura.

Puedes incluso hacer doble toque a la pantalla para hacer zoom, y repetir el gesto para volver a la vista original. Si aprietas con fuerza la pantalla, aparecen más opciones para ir adelante o atrás en el navegador, activar o desactivar la vista de lectura y detener o actualizar la página.

Lo cierto es que es un navegador auténtico de Safari en miniatura y en nuestra muñeca. Como es lógico, se trata de una función pensada para ser utilizada de forma fugaz . No es cómodo ni útil leer artículos enteros con el brazo levantado, aunque sí puede servir para comprobarlos superficialmente sin sacar el iPhone del bolsillo. Aunque, pensándolo mejor, tal vez se trate de un reto oculto del Apple Watch con medalla y todo.

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How great it would be if you could just browse the Google or Internet on your Apple Watch?

Pretty great, right? All you have to do was to lift your wrist and do whatever you want to do on the Internet. But wait, Do Apple watches have a Safari browser? Not sure? Don’t worry, I am here to help.

In this article, I will solve all your doubts regarding the Safari browser on the Apple watch. And I will share how you can use Google and browse the Internet on your Apple Watch.

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Do Apple Watches Have Safari

Apple Watch is a very powerful smartwatch, you can do a lot of things with it. The latest Apple Watch Series 8 can even detect crashes on its own. But does it let you browse the Internet? Does Apple Watch have a Safari browser?

No, there is no Safari browser app available on Apple watches be it Series 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, or SE. But don’t get upset, just keep reading the article and I will tell you how can use your Apple Watch to browse the Internet.

What do we do on the smartphone when it does not has any app? We download the app from the App Store, right? So can you get Safari on your Apple Watch as well?

No, there is actually no Safari app available in the App Store for Apple watches . Therefore you cannot download or install Safari browser on your Apple Watch, be it Series 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, or SE.

As discussed, the Apple watch neither has a Safari browser app nor can you download it from the App Store. Does it mean that you cannot access the Internet from your Apple watch?

No, you can access Google or the Internet from your Apple Watch. It does not have a Safari browser app but it does have a secret browser that can be used . Since it is a secret browser so you cannot use it like a normal browser. As a result, you will have to work a little to access it.

There are 2 ways to access the hidden Safari browser in the Apple Watch:

  • Either click on a link you receive in a message or email
  • Or use Siri to open it

Let me tell you about both methods one by one.

Method 1: Click The Links On The Message/Email

  • Open the email or messaging app on your Apple Watch.
  • Now open the particular email or message that has the link to the website you want to access. In case you don’t have a message/email, then you will have to create a new message . Create a new message or email containing the URL of the website you want to access and send it to yourself. Once you have received the email or message, you can then open it and click on the link.
  • After clicking on the link, your Apple Watch’s secret Safari browser will get to work and open the webpage.
  • Once the browser is opened, you can then use it to access other websites on the Internet as well.

Method 2: Use Siri To Open The Browser

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  • Simply raise your wrist and start speaking to your Apple watch. However, you will have to turn on the Raise To Speak feature on your watch to be able to use it.
  • Just say “Hey Siri” . Again to use this feature, you will have to turn it on from your Apple Watch settings.
  • If your Apple Watch Face has a Siri button , then you can simply tap on it to invoke Siri.
  • Pressing and holding the Digital Crown button on your Apple Watch invokes Siri as well.
  • Now ask Siri to open the website you want to visit. For eg., if you want to visit wearholic.com, you can simply say, “ open wearholic.com ”. You don’t need to say “www” at the start but do not forget to say “dot com” at the end of the website name. If you don’t add “dot com”, “dot org” or the extension of the site in the end then your Apple Watch will show you Google search results. However, if you want to access Google from your Apple Watch then you can simply invoke Siri and ask it to search for whatever you want to search on Google. It will show you the Google search results for the same query.
  • Once the browser is open, you can then use it to browse the Internet.

Let me tell you from my own experience that using the Safari browser on the Apple Watch is not as good and smooth as it is on the iPhone or other devices. Probably because of this reason, it stays hidden on Apple watches. Apple watches have a secret Safari browser, which means, Apple doesn’t want you to use it regularly. It is there only for some important or urgent times.

However, if you really want to use it on your Apple Watch then let me tell you about some things that will make your browsing easier.

  • Navigation: If you want to go back or forward on the browser, you simply have to swipe left or right on your Apple watch screen . You can also click on the address bar and then select whether you want to reload, go to the previous page or want to go to the next page.
  • Scrolling: If you want to scroll up and down the webpage then you can either do it by swiping your finger up and down on the watch screen or you can rotate the crown.
  • Zoom In Or Out: The Apple Watch’s screen is very small compared to your smartphone screen. Therefore, you will need to zoom in and out to read the text clearly. Simply double tapping on the screen will zoom in and zoom out the web page. Once zoomed in, you can then use your finger to drag the screen to a particular part you want to see.
  • Go To A Particular URL: There is no option of entering the web address manually on the Apple Watch browser. So do not waste your time trying to do it, just repeat the steps we discussed in this article earlier, it will save you a lot of time.
  • Close The Browser: Once you have browsed the Internet, you can simply tap on the Close button present at the top left corner to close the browser.
  • Images: The secret web browser of Apple Watch is not that powerful, so it may take some time to load images on the page or it may not load them at all. If you are searching for any image online then I will not recommend you to use the Apple Watch browser.

If you have used your Apple Watch to search for things that you don’t want others to see then you are in luck. As funny as it may seem, the Apple Watch does not have a browser app but has Clear Website Data settings . It seems like Apple did know that people will find out the hidden browser on Apple watches and will need to clear their history one day.

Follow the below steps to clear the search history on your Apple Watch:

Clear Browsing History Step 1

Now no one will know what you have accessed on the Internet from your Apple watch.

As discussed, Apple Watches do not have a Safari app to browse the Internet and we have to work a little to access websites on an Apple Watch. But why doesn’t Apple Watch has a Safari browser app?

I think it is because of the following reasons:

  • Fewer Audience: The number of people that want to use the Safari browser on their Apple Watch is considerably less. Therefore, Apple isn’t paying any heed in introducing a Safari browser app for watches.
  • Screen Size: The screen size of Apple watches is very small compared to smartphones. And developing the browser app for watches will require a lot of R&D and effort. Even if the app is developed, the experience will be nowhere similar to the experience of using the browser on a smartphone or laptop.
  • Battery Life: Apple watches come with one of the worst battery life among all the smartwatches available in the market. On normal use, it barely lasts a whole day. If you start browsing the Internet on it then it won’t last more than a few hours. This I think Apple knows and that is why there is no Safari browser app on Apple watches.

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Can I Have Safari Browser App On My Apple Watch?

No, you cannot download the Safari browser app on your Apple Watch, be it Series 8, 7, 6, 5, or SE.

Can You Browse The Internet On Apple Watch?

Yes, you can browse the Internet using its hidden browser.

Can You Use Google On Apple Watch?

Yes, you can use Google on your Apple Watch.

Does Apple Watch Series 7 Has Safari Browser?

No, Apple Watch Series 7 does not have the Safari browser app. Even the latest Apple Watch Series 8 does not come with a browser app. They come with a secret web browser though, which needs a little bit of workaround to use.

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How to browse the web on an Apple Watch

How to browse the web on an Apple Watch: While Apple does offer a hidden browser, a new mini web browser is bringing the web to your wrist.

Apple doesn’t include its Safari browser on the Apple Watch for obvious reasons. It’s doesn’t believe you can achieve a worthy World Wide Web experience on a 45mm display.

There is a hidden browser of sorts that’s a product of Apple’s own WebKit API, introduced in watchOS 5. That comes into play when you receive a URL link within the Messages and Mail apps. Tap those links and you will see a functional web page where you can tap links and browse through websites, using the Digital Crown to scroll through pages.

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This also applies with links that appear within Siri search results. MacRumors also points out a little hack where you can send yourself a link to Google via iMessages, perform the web search there and browse whatever you want.

Download the µBrowser for Apple Watch

While there is no Safari, where there’s a will, there’s the intrepid developer community. The µBrowser is described as a Mini Browser on your Watch and arrived on the App Store last week to great acclaim, with a 4.8 rating out of 5 so far. It only costs $0.99/£0.99 too.

You can download the µBrowser app for Apple Watch here .

It enables you to type in web addresses directly on the display or enter search terms to enjoy a micro browsing experience. The companion iPhone app also enables you to set up bookmarks to your favourite sites to avoid having to type them in.

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You will need watchOS 8 installed on your Apple Watch and iOS 15 on your iPhone in order to use this app. It should work nicely on all of phones compatible with the latest update, although the larger displays available in the newer generations will naturally be best.

There are some issues, naturally, with readability on home websites, while 9to5Mac reports that images can take a while to launch, if they launch at all. Users do have to confirm they want to browse to that page after it launches.

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Developer, the app-tly named Arno Appenzeller writes : “I believe that µBrowser can be the perfect emergency browser when you are on the go and don’t have your phone with yourself. It is a start and I hope watchOS will improve so I can add new features to µBrowser. I’m pretty interested in deliver the best possible web experience on iOS.”

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Apple Reveals Apple Intelligence

iOS 18 Makes iPhone More Personal and Intelligent Than Ever

iOS 18 brings new ways to customize iPhone, additional ways to stay connected in Messages, the biggest-ever redesign of the Photos app, and so much more.

iPadOS 18 Takes iPad to the Next Level

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watchOS 11 Offers Powerful Health and Fitness Insights, and More Personalization

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Relive the biggest moments from WWDC24

Today Apple kicked off its 2024 Worldwide Developers Conference, revealing groundbreaking new technologies and features during a keynote that was live-streamed from Apple Park to millions around the world. During the weeklong event, developers and students will have unique access to Apple experts, as well as insight into new tools, frameworks, and features to help elevate their apps and games.

This year’s keynote revealed Apple Intelligence , the personal intelligence system that combines the power of generative models with users’ personal context — at the core of iPhone, iPad, and Mac to deliver intelligence that’s incredibly useful and relevant. Major updates also come to iOS 18 , iPadOS 18 , macOS Sequoia , and watchOS 11 , including the biggest-ever redesign of the Photos app, game-changing productivity tools, and new ways for users to express themselves and customize their devices. visionOS 2 brings powerful new ways to interact with Apple Vision Pro and exciting updates to spatial photos and Mac Virtual Display, and tvOS 18 infuses useful information in Apple TV+ films and shows on users’ biggest screen in the home.

Beginning this month, Apple Vision Pro is also coming to more countries and regions, including China mainland, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and next month will come to Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the U.K.

Apple Intelligence harnesses the power of Apple silicon to understand and create language and images, take action across apps, and draw from users’ personal context to simplify and accelerate everyday tasks. A cornerstone of Apple Intelligence is on-device processing, which delivers personal intelligence without collecting users’ data. Private Cloud Compute sets a new standard for privacy in AI, with the ability to flex and scale computational capacity between on-device processing, and larger, server-based models that run on dedicated Apple silicon servers.

With iOS 18 , users will now be able to arrange apps and widgets in any open space on the Home Screen, customize the buttons at the bottom of the Lock Screen, and quickly access more controls in Control Center. With the biggest redesign ever of the Photos app, photo libraries are automatically organized in a new single view in Photos, and helpful new collections keep favorites easily accessible. All-new text effects come to iMessage, amplifying any letter, word, phrase, or emoji with dynamic, animated appearances to bring conversations to life. Users can also now communicate over satellite in the Messages app, even when a cellular or Wi-Fi connection isn’t available.

With iPadOS 18 , the iPad experience is more versatile and intelligent than ever with new features and apps designed for Apple Pencil. The Calculator app comes to iPad with Math Notes, which allows users to type or write out mathematical expressions and see them instantly solved in their own handwriting. New handwriting tools in Notes including Smart Script make handwritten notes more fluid, flexible, and easier to read.

With macOS Sequoia , Continuity between iPhone and Mac gets better than ever with iPhone Mirroring, enabling full access to and control of iPhone directly from Mac. Safari gets another big update with the new Highlights feature for effortless information discovery on webpages while browsing. Gaming is even more immersive with Personalized Spatial Audio that puts players in the middle of the action like never before. And Apple Intelligence unlocks new ways for Mac users to enhance their writing and communicate more effectively, create playful images in seconds, and more. Apple Intelligence takes full advantage of the power of Apple silicon and its Neural Engine, and will be supported by every Mac with an M-series chip.

watchOS 11 offers breakthrough insights into users’ health and fitness, and more personalization than ever. The new Vitals app surfaces key health metrics and context, the ability to measure training load offers a game-changing new experience when working out, and the popular Activity rings are even more customizable. The Smart Stack and Photos face use intelligence to feature more individualization, and Apple Watch and the Health app on iPhone and iPad offer additional support for users who are pregnant. Check In, the Translate app, and new capabilities for the double tap gesture come to Apple Watch for added connectivity and convenience.

Just months after its initial release, visionOS 2 brings powerful spatial computing experiences to Apple Vision Pro, including new ways for users to create spatial photos with the images already in their library, intuitive hand gestures to easily access important information at a glance, and new features for Mac Virtual Display, Travel Mode, and Guest User. visionOS 2 also introduces exciting new capabilities like Follow Your Breathing in the Mindfulness app, SharePlay for Photos, and multiview in the TV app.

With tvOS 18 , intelligent new features like InSight — and updates to Enhance Dialogue and subtitles — level up cinematic experiences, while new Apple Fitness+, Apple Music, and FaceTime capabilities get even better on users’ biggest screen. The Home app gains new features with iOS 18, like guest access and hands-free unlock with home keys, delivering effortless and secure access to the home. AirPods software updates will transform the way users respond to Siri with new gestures, take calls with friends and loved ones, and immerse themselves in their favorite games.

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  • Announcement and possible release date
  • Compatibility
  • Training Load and Pause Activity Rings
  • Improved pregnancy tracking
  • Smart Stack upgrades
  • Photos watch face
  • Double Tap API

Apple's watchOS 11 software was officially unveiled at WWDC 2024 , giving us a thorough overview of what wearable computing will look like for Apple Watch users throughout next year.

New features for activity and wellness are in tow, and there are a few new updates that help the watch feed you the most relevant information at a glance. A redesigned Photos watch face is sure to be a fan favorite, too. 

As the software that’s likely to ship on the Apple Watch Series 10 (and possibly Apple Watch Ultra 3 ) there’s plenty of reason to pay attention to watchOS 11, which is available today to developers. But whether you’re wondering if your older Apple Watch will be compatible with the new software, or what the new watchOS 11 features mean for your Apple Watch, here’s what we know about this year’s software refresh.

watchOS 11: Cheat sheet

  • Training Load : An insightful way to measure how your workout intensity is affecting your body over time. A new algorithm translates sensor data into effort ratings that are then used to calculate your training progress, revealing whether you’re ready to take things to the next level or need to take it easier.
  • Take a rest day from your rings: Not only can you customize the summary tab in the fitness app to see the information that’s most relevant to you, but you can now (finally!!!) take the day off from closing your rings without risking your awards progress. You can additionally adjust your Ring goals based on the day of the week.
  • New Vitals app: The vitals app can show you your health metrics in a snapshot, complete with trends for the week. You’ll get notified if you’re health has changed and you should pay attention, which should help you get better context when it comes to overall well-being. 
  • Improved pregnancy tracking: When users log a pregnancy, the Cycle Tracking app on Apple Watch will show their gestational age and allow them to log pregnancy-related symptoms. 
  • Smart Stack gets smarter: New widgets get added to Smart Stack more intuitively, such as translation when you’re in a new country or a weather forecast when rain is on the way. Live Activities will now be supported in the Smart Stack for apps like Uber.
  • More ways to Check In: Check In also now works on Apple Watch, with the ability to monitor your check in your Smart Stack. You can now set a Check In from the workout app, too.
  • Translation app: An Apple Watch version of the Translation app will let users more easily access translations for 20 different supported languages on their wrists.
  • Tap to Cash: Also featured in iOS 18, Tap to Cash lets users send and receive Apple Cash by simply holding their Apple Watch near another Apple Watch or iPhone.
  • Double Tap API: App developers will be able to leverage Double Tap, available on the Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2.
  • Redesigned Photos watch face: In the new Photos watch face, machine learning curates the best photos in your library that would be good for your watch face, and frames the clock around your image.

watchOS 11: announcement and possible release date

watchOS 11 was announced during WWDC 2024 on June 10 alongside iOS 18 and other software refreshes such as iPadOS 18 and the next macOS version . 

Following WWDC, a developer beta version of watchOS 11 will almost definitely be released. Then, based on the timing from previous years, the public beta should launch sometime in July for optional download.

Based on past release schedules, watchOS 11 should become fully available in September, probably within the same few weeks as the Apple Watch Series 10 announcement.

watchOS 11: compatible Apple Watch models

This is the year that the Apple Watch Series 4 loses update support. It’s running on a processor that’s approximately 6 years old, and in mobile tech years, that’s ancient. Not only that, the Apple Watch Series 5 is also not going to be compatible with watchOS 11. Neither is the original Apple Watch SE. This comes as a bit of a surprise, but for context, the Apple Watch Series 6 got a major processor upgrade that probably determined the eligibility cut-off.

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Of course, there will be some watchOS 11 features that are exclusive to Apple Watch models with always-on displays, newer health sensors and more spacious displays. I wouldn’t be surprised if there are updates that work only for the Apple Watch Ultra lineup, too. Otherwise, these are all the watchOS 11-compatible models :

  • Apple Watch Series 6
  • Apple Watch Series 7
  • Apple Watch Series 8
  • Apple Watch Series 9
  • Apple Watch SE (2022)
  • Apple Watch Ultra
  • Apple Watch Ultra 2

watchOS 11: Training Load and Pause Activity Rings

WWDC 2024

While there weren't very many changes to the activity and fitness for watchOS 11, Apple has finally welcomed a feature that users have been waiting for, and it comes via Training Load. 

Training Load is a new metric to measure how your workout intensity is affecting your body over time. A new algorithm on the Apple Watch translates sensor data and your health parameters into an effort rating that is then used to calculate your training progress. Your Training Load will tell you whether you’re ready to take things to the next level, or need to take it easier.

With that, you can finally take a rest day from your rings. Pause Activity Rings lets you take the day off from closing your rings without risking your awards progress. 

watchOS 11: Vitals app

WWDC 2024

Despite being a highly capable health device, the Apple Watch never had a version of the Health app that gives a unified snapshot of your health trends. Instead, we're now getting the Vitals app, a new destination for better understanding how different markers (ie. activity, sleep, heart rate) are impacting your health.

The Vitals app is also set to notify you when a concerning trend in your health emerges. When you sleep poorly a few nights in a row, for example, it could indicate your body is trying to tell you something. 

watchOS 11: Improved pregnancy tracking

WWDC 2024

watchOS 11 introduces more intuitive health features with pregnant users in mind. Now, when users log a pregnancy, the Cycle Tracking app on Apple Watch will keep track of the gestational age and prompt logging pregnancy-related symptoms. Your Health app will suggest you make some changes to your profile as well to better reflect your pregnancy, such as changing your heart rate alerts threshold.

watchOS 11: Smart Stack upgrades

WWDC 2024

Smart Stack, the hallmark watchOS 10 feature, gets some useful updates in watchOS 11. It'll more intelligently curate your Smart Stack so that the most relevant information is being prioritized at the top of the stack. For example, if it looks like it's going to rain soon, your Smart Stack will lead with a forecast widget. Similarly, if you're traveling to a different country, you might be prompted with a location-based translation widget. (That's right, the Translation app comes to Apple Watch in watchOS 11.)

That's not all — Smart Stack can now be used to manage a Check In. Check Ins can also now be started from the workout app, say, if you're going for a run later at night alone. Other Live Activities from iPhone will be mirrored in the Smart Stack in watchOS 11, too.

watchOS 11: New Photos watch face

WWDC 2024

New watchOS versions typically include new watch faces. For watchOS 11, we only get one new watch face, and it's technically a redesign of a familiar favorite. The Photos watch face has been completely modernized, complete with machine learning.

Your watch will now suggest which photos to use as your watch face based on the best finds in your library. The time will then be framed intelligently around your image, and you can tailor the final product with a variety of color filters. 

watchOS 11: Double Tap API

Apple Watch Series 9

Separate from the existing accessibility gestures baked into the Apple Watch, double tap is powered by a machine learning algorithm made possible by the upgraded processor in the Apple Watch Series 9 and  Apple Watch Ultra 2 . The algorithm pulls information from the watch's accelerometer, gyroscope, and optical heart sensor to detect when the gesture — tapping the thumb and index finger of your watch hand together twice — is initiated.

But double tap only worked in certain native Apple Watch apps. For watchOS 11, Apple is releasing a Double Tap API that lets developers integrate double tap functionality in their own third-party apps.

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Note: When you turn off iCloud for an app or feature on a device, information stored in iCloud for that app or feature is no longer available on that device. However, it’s still available on other devices where iCloud is turned on for the app or feature. See How iCloud keeps information up to date across all your devices .

Set up iCloud on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > [ your name ].

If you don’t see your name, tap “Sign in to your [ device ],” enter your Apple ID (or another email address or phone number on file ), then enter your password.

Do one of the following:

iOS 16, iPadOS 16, or later: Tap iCloud, then turn on each app or feature you want to use. Tap Show All to see more apps.

The Settings screen with iCloud features turned on.

iOS 15, iPadOS 15, or earlier: Tap iCloud, then turn on each app or feature you want to use.

Set up iCloud on your Mac

On your Mac, do one of the following:

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If you don’t see your name, click “Sign in with your Apple ID,” enter your Apple ID (or another email address or phone number on file ), enter your password, then click iCloud.

If you don’t see Apple ID, click Sign In, enter your Apple ID and password, then click iCloud.

Turn on or select each app or feature.

The System Settings window with iCloud features selected.

Set up iCloud on your Apple Watch

For an Apple Watch you pair with your iPhone: If you turn on iCloud for an app or feature on your iPhone, you can see information from that app or feature on your Apple Watch (if available). You can choose what information appears on your Apple Watch by changing settings in the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. See The Apple Watch app in the Apple Watch User Guide.

For an Apple Watch set up by a family member: You can use the Settings app on the Apple Watch to turn iCloud on or off for an app or feature.

Set up iCloud on your Apple TV

On your Apple TV, open the Settings app.

Choose Users and Accounts, then select your account.

If you haven’t signed in with your Apple ID for iCloud, choose iCloud > Sign In, then enter your Apple ID and password.

In the iCloud section, choose an app or feature, then turn it on or off.

Set up iCloud on your Windows computer

To use iCloud for Windows, you must set up iCloud on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, then follow these steps.

If you don’t already have it, download iCloud for Windows from the Microsoft Store. See the Apple Support article Download iCloud for Windows .

Open iCloud for Windows .

If you’re asked to sign in, enter your Apple ID (or another email address or phone number on file ) and password.

For each app or feature, click Sync [ app or feature ] or Not Now in the bottom-right corner.

For certain apps and features, you can also adjust Advanced Settings or install extensions during the setup process.

Choose whether to share iCloud analytics, then click Finish Setup.

For more information, see the iCloud for Windows User Guide .

If you have trouble setting up iCloud, see the Apple Support article If you can’t connect or sign in to iCloud .

Note: Some iCloud features have minimum system requirements. iCloud may not be available in all areas, and iCloud features may vary by area. See the Apple Support article System requirements for iCloud . For information about features, go to apple.com/icloud/ .

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Netflix will no longer play in Safari; Error Code S7702 - 1003

Since updating to 10.15.4 Catalina, Netflix will no longer play in Safari. Every time I try to watch something I keep receiving the Netflix Error Code S7702 - 1003. I've done some searching around on the web and can't find anything relating to the code. This isn't anything to do with Netflix throttling the quality or struggling to provide a service due to the current situation we are all in, as last night I tested my Apple TV, PS4, iPhone, Smart TV & Chrome (On my MacBook). All of which started playing immediately. The issue seems to be local to Safari its self. I feel begrudged to start using Chrome as I much prefer Safari and believe it to be more secure.

I have a feeling it could be to do with security settings perhaps on Safari, but having a look I couldn't spot anything different. If anyone could shed any light on the subject, it would be much appreciated.

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MacBook Pro 15", macOS 10.15

Posted on Mar 26, 2020 11:29 AM

Posted on Mar 27, 2020 4:08 AM

I faced the same issue after updating my Software on my mac to macOS Catalina: 10.15.4 (19E266).

After the chat with the Netflix HELP center, it turns out from now on we have to reach Netflix without private mode on in order to watch anything on Netflix via Safari. So, you can still use Safari, but turn off the private mode when you want to enjoy Netflix ;)

At the end, I wish they (Netflix) would add a shortcut error help message on their help website for avoiding us contacting them one by one.

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Mar 27, 2020 4:08 AM in response to Rob_2506

berustina

Apr 5, 2020 12:51 AM in response to turanbayramli

unfortunately this doesn't work for me. In private mode I'm able to watch some movies. Only few of them. In normal mode I can see only the start picture with red circle which is still rotating and rotating and nothing more.

Apr 6, 2020 2:13 PM in response to Rob_2506

The problem is since the 10.15.4 upgrade, regardless of private or public browsing. The only solution I have found is to play Netflix on Firefox (probably other non-Safari browsers would work just as well).

sophiesmyth

May 17, 2020 5:23 AM in response to Rob_2506

Hi! Was having the same problem on my MacBook Pro 2019 Catalina 10.15.4. Fixed by doing the following. Safari > Preferences > Privacy > Manage Website Data > Search "Netflix" > Remove, then Force Quit Safari and try Netflix again.

Fallinpagan

Jul 24, 2020 2:22 AM in response to sophiesmyth

sophiesmyth - thank you! this worked when nothing else did

Barney-15E

Mar 26, 2020 11:38 AM in response to Rob_2506

Longstanding problem that Netflix doesn't seem to want to fix.

Try using FireFox to view Netflix.

dialabrain

Mar 27, 2020 4:26 AM in response to Rob_2506

FWIW, I haven't had a problem with Netflix and Safari for years, not sure how many. I also have no problem playing Netflix in a private window with Safari.

Apr 5, 2020 12:52 AM in response to dialabrain

Really important information.

Apr 15, 2020 4:02 PM in response to Rob_2506

Netflix home page loads, as soon as I try to watch something, red circles turns around and round...

May 6, 2020 10:02 AM in response to Rob_2506

I also have this issue and it is NOT resolved... Surely with the lockdown, Netflix and Safari/Catalina update would be a priority to understand the issue and fix.

May 9, 2020 1:24 PM in response to Rob_2506

I'm having this issue as well. It doesn't work on private mode either. Can we please get a MAC update to fix this bug

May 9, 2020 5:24 PM in response to Rae_B

Can we please get a MAC update to fix this bug

No. It's a Netflix problem.

May 17, 2020 10:47 AM in response to sophiesmyth

sophiesmyst - thanks so much for your help. It works for me. Thanks

yonfromdallas

Jun 27, 2020 1:08 PM in response to sophiesmyth

It worked! Thanks you so much !

Jul 19, 2020 7:22 PM in response to Rob_2506

same with me ... the screen flickers only with netflix videos playing then the screen appears ... help!

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