If you use the Calendar app on your iPhone to keep track of your busy day, rummaging through your pocket to see it can be annoying. With Apple Watch you can see what comes out of your wrist.
During your hectic day, it is important to have your calendar on your iPhone set up to track the events of the day. And if you have an Apple Watch, one of its integrated features is the Calendar application. It syncs with your iPhone and allows you to view meetings and other upcoming events. This to see what's on your calendar from your wrist without having to take your phone out of your pocket.
Verify and manage calendar events from Apple Watch
The basic way to verify your calendar items on your Apple Watch is to start the Calendar application on your watch. Press the digital crown and tap the Calendar icon from your list.
Whether you use Siri or manually open the calendar application, the "Next Up" view will be set by default on your watch. Simply swipe up or down on the screen to see different days and events or use the watch dial to scroll.
You can see other views by firmly pressing the clock screen. That will show different view options such as List, Day and Today. Touch the "Today" link at the top of the List or Day view to see the entire month.
It is also worth noting that you can see what is on your Calendar with certain watch faces. Some clock faces support what is called "complications", which are bits of data that appear on the face. But the amount of information you'll see depends on the watch face you choose and the version of Apple Watch you have. You can configure complications and where they appear in the watch face from the Watch application on your iPhone.
Once set, you can also touch the Calendar icon from the watch face to open the Calendar application and view events in more detail
Currently, you can only see what comes in your calendar from the clock . Add events must be done from the iPhone. However, you can respond to Calendar invitations from the clock. When one enters, one can scroll down and touch Accept Maybe or Rejection .
The Apple Watch has evolved quite a bit since its first appearance. deployed And, at the time of writing this article, the latest version of your operating system will be released in the coming months. It will allow you to do more directly from the watch without it being connected to the iPhone, that is, an independent app store. For more information on what will come, see our article on the new interesting features that come to watchOS 6.