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How to enable gestures on the trackpad on a Mac
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Go into Settings, scroll down and tap on System. Tap on Gestures.
Head over to the Settings app. Scroll through the options until you reach System settings; tap it. Look for and open Gestures in the menu.
Mouse gestures For more information about these gestures, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Mouse. There you can turn a gesture off, change the type of gesture, and learn which gestures work with your Mac. Mouse gestures require a Magic Mouse. Click the right side of the mouse.
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Getting started with your new Apple Watch is simple. First things first, you need an iPhone 6s or higher, and it needs to be fully updated to the latest version of iOS. It's mostly covered by on-screen instructions, but here's the gist: 1.
Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Tap My Watch, then tap Wallet & Apple Pay. If you have cards on your other Apple devices, or cards that you recently removed, tap Add next to a card you want to add, then enter the card's CVV. For any other card, tap Add Card, then follow the onscreen instructions.
Install and set up the ECG app
Set up Strava on your Apple Watch: Open the "My Watch” section of the Apple Watch app on your phone. Find the Strava app to install on your watch. If it's already installed on your Watch, then open the app on your Watch. If it's not installed, tap on Install next to Strava in the Watch App.
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