How to get your iPhone’s Apple Watch to work again

Posted by Ars Technic on March 14, 2019 08:47:50Apple has just announced that it will be rolling out a new feature to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus that will allow people to re-configure their devices by holding down two buttons simultaneously, but they don’t have any real practical applications yet.

The first step will be the “Touch ID” security feature which will allow the devices to unlock by scanning the screen and asking for permission.

Users will need to enter a PIN code to enable Touch ID on the Apple Watch.

The company also plans to release an updated version of its app for the iPhone, allowing for more powerful fingerprint scanning for the devices.

The latest update is also rolling out to the Apple Music app, meaning the app will be able to automatically detect your music purchases and automatically sync them to your iPhone.

Apple Music is the app for Apple’s music streaming service and is designed to work with both iPhone and Apple Watch users.

Users can listen to their favorite music on the watch and on the iPhone at the same time, but the latter is limited to 30 songs.

The app will also let you quickly access other Apple Music services like Beats 1, Spotify, Tidal and more.

Apple is also adding a number of new features to the new iOS 10.3.2 update for the Apple iPhone 7, including a new “Show Music” button that can be used to launch the Apple TV app and show music played on your TV.

You can also use the button to play and pause music from your Apple TV on the Watch, and even switch between the Watch and iPhone when using the Siri Remote for voice control.