The Apple Watch has been around for over a year and we’re continually discovering new ways to make use of its capabilities. At Macstock Conference 2016, Kirschen Seah looks at the hardware in the Apple Watch and how it relates to fitness. She’ll also consider both indoor and outdoor fitness activities and how we can use the Apple Watch the iPhone and some additional accessories to better enjoy our workouts and track progress towards our fitness goals!
The Road to Macstock delivers us to Kirschen Seah in this next installment of The Road to Macstock on Chuck Joiner’s MacVoices Podcast!
The Road to Macstock rolls on with Kirschen Seah of Free Range Coder, who will deliver several sessions at the conference. Kirschen will address methods to automate your Mac, and how to use your iPhone and Apple Watch to pursue your fitness goals. With us, she discusses the non-fitness ways she uses her Apple Watch, and talks about developing her own, very specialized, iOS bicycle maintenance application.
Whether it is in their personal or professional life, everyone wants to do more, better, faster. In the rush to accomplish those goals, you can lose track of the objective while pursuing how to accomplish it. If managed properly, your Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch can be the keys to getting where you want to be, or at least getting a lot closer. At Macstock Conference & Expo 2015, Chuck Joiner looks at how best to implement some basic strategies as well as mapping out how you can live better, more productively by taking advantage of the tools available to you.
In this talk at Macstock Conference & Expo 2015, Dave Ginsburg reviews some of the best apps currently available for the Apple Watch as well as takes a look forward to what apps may be coming with the release of Apple’s watchOS 2 this fall.