WatchOS 7.4 landed alongside iOS 14.5, and while it’s not quite as big of an update as the iPhone-focused one, it still brings some useful new features and improvements to the Apple Watch.
The biggest of these is also one of the great features of iOS 14.5 as it requires both an Apple Watch and an iPhone. We’re talking, of course, about the ability to bypass facial recognition to unlock your iPhone while wearing a mask.
This is activated by the Apple Watch as if it were nearby, unlocked, and on the wrist. Then she can unlock your phone – provided both of them are running the latest software. When it does, you will feel a vibration on your watch alerting you and an alert on the Apple Watch screen.
EKGs for Australia
Fitness fans can now stream audio and video from Apple Fitness Plus to an AirPlay 2-enabled TV or other device.
The other important changes are region-specific. The EKG app is finally being enabled for Apple Watch 4 and above users …