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The Apple Watch is designed to help you receive alerts in a number of ways; including visually, audibly, and through touch. Luckily, if you happen to miss the notification, you can find it saved in the Notification Center. Being able to get notifications delivered to you faster is one of the nice features about the Apple Watch. Unfortunately, your notifications can easily begin to pile up if you don't know how to regularly clear them.
Many Apple lovers will recognize the "Do Not Disturb" feature from many of their devices. As you would expect, this feature works in virtually the same fashion for the new Apple Watch. "Do Not Disturb" is designed to temporarily disable notifications so that you can focus more easily on other tasks at hand or catch up on some sleep.
The new Apple Watch has many helpful features; it can be used to view and send texts, emails, make calls from your iPhone, navigate as a GPS, and track your physical activity. It can even replace your physical credit card, enabling you to make a purchases straight from your wrist.
Using an iPhone is a great way to stay organized when you're on the go. Whether you’re checking emails, making video calls, or working on spreadsheets, eventually, your iPhone gets completely filled up with important data. It’s critical that you back it up to prevent data loss in case something happens to your device. Backups also helpful for whenever you get a new device. With iTunes, you can easily transfer all your settings and data from the backups stored on your computer.
The problem always exists: you've gathered around to take a group picture on your iPhone and everybody in the photo agrees it’s a keeper. Now comes the tedious task of sending the photo or emailing it to everyone in the picture, that’s assuming you have everyone's contact information.