watchOS 4 is an evolutionarily update that builds up on the new revolutionary features in watchOS 3. While there are new headlining features like new watch faces, redesigns for the Dock and Workouts app, a lot of changes are small and hidden.
Here’s our list of all the hidden features in watchOS 4 that we’ve discovered so far.
When you scroll to the bottom of the Dock page, you’ll now see a shortcut for opening the App Launcher.
When you Force Touch on the App Launcher, you can now switch to the List View.
When viewing a photo in the Photos app on the iPhone, tap on the Share button and select Create Watch Face. You can then use the current photo for creating a photos face or a Kaleidoscope face.
From the Watch app, go to the Dock section to switch from Recents view (which is the default) to the Favorites view.
After switching to the Favorites view, you’ll notice that your watchOS 3 Dock arrangement is back. Tap on the Edit button to add apps to the Dock, remove them and to reorder them.
When you’re pairing a new Apple Watch, you’ll now get an AirPods style pairing UI.
During the pairing process, you’ll be able to read up on Apple Watch’s features.
Passcode screen now has bolder text and bigger buttons.
When you tap on Passcode buttons, they now expand to show the touch feedback.
The notification text is slightly bolder and slightly bigger, making it easier to read. Now, when you get two notifications for the same app, you’ll be able to read both of them without going to the Notification Center.
Scroll to the bottom of the Watch app and you’ll find a list of Available apps that can be installed on the Watch, with a handy Install button for each of the apps on the list.
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