With the launch of Apple’s new iOS 11.3 software update, Apple has added support for a number of different software programs.
The new version of Genius allows users to schedule appointments on the fly, automatically.
The new Genius app allows users of Apple Watch and Apple TV devices to schedule Apple Genius appointments.
In addition to scheduling appointments, Genius also offers a number that can be controlled via Siri.
Apple Watch users can choose between one-tap and three-tap, and Apple TVs can choose from one-click and two-tap.
In the new app, users can set up multiple appointments for up to three people.
In a recent demo of the new Genius feature, a woman named Lisa had multiple appointments scheduled.
She could tap a screen, and the Siri interface would tell her that she could schedule two appointments, or three appointments, for her husband, and another appointment for herself.
She could also add a phone number to the appointments, and she could use Siri to call her husband or herself.
It’s worth noting that the phone number option does not require Apple Watch support.
The Apple Watch app for iOS 11 has a new “Time-of-Use” setting that lets users control which times Apple Watch devices get scheduled.
The settings appear as a list of times, with the last time being the one being shown.
The setting lets users schedule appointments at different times, as long as they are in the same place on the device, which is handy if you’re looking to take a call while you’re driving.
While Siri has been available on the iPhone for years, it’s only available in the iOS 11 beta.
While Apple’s iOS 11 update includes several new features, the iOS update only includes a few of them, including Siri integration.