Whether you're new to Apple Watch or you're switching to the previous generati, you do not know how to associate an Apple Watch with a new iPhone.
Follow some tips and tricks to pair your Apple Watch when updating your iPhone.
Apple Watch: How to pair with a new iPhone
- You will have to unpair your Apple Watch from your old iPhone. To do this, go to the Apple Watch applicati iPhone> press your Apple Watch at the top> press the symbol i then Unpair Apple Watch .
- If you find my Apple Watch is activated, you will need to enter your Apple ID password in order to unlink the watch.
- Wait for the Apple Watch to dissociate. It can take up to half an hour depending the amount of data your Apple Watch, so be sure to take the time and have an adequate charge your watch. You will see an Apple logo surrounded by a ring your Apple Watch, indicating that it is discnected from your iPhone. You can see this screen several times because the watch is not paired. To cfirm that the Apple Watch is completely offline, you will see a screen Welcome to Apple Watch the watch itself.
- ce paired, go to your new iPhone, go to the Apple Watch app, and press Start Pairing. If you are iOS 11, a map will automatically appear your iPhone screen to request pairing. Just press ctinue to start pairing.
- You will be prompted to place your iPhone your Apple Watch with a visual QR code displayed the screen of the watch.
- You will then be asked to cfigure your Apple Watch as new or from backup, choose restore from backup and select your most recent Apple Watch backup.
- From there, follow the steps the screen your iPhone. This includes activating Siri, Apple Pay, and entering your optial password.
- You will now see the Apple logo your Apple Watch with a ring around it. You will have to wait until the ring is full and the Apple Watch setup is complete.
While this may seem like a lot, it's quite easy to discnect your Apple Watch ce you've de it a few times.
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