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How to speed up your Apple Watch if your Apple Watch Too Slow?

Apple Watch now has three generations and it’s one of the best accessories for your iPhone (just behind the AirPods). Apple Watch is ideal for managing notifications, displaying information at a glance, and tracking workouts. We are now at the 4th version of watchOS. The first two versions of watchOS were rather rough.

If you have one of the first-generation Apple Watch models, you may experience slowdowns, delays, and an endless number when you open the Workouts app and try to use Siri. Although this is largely due to the slowness of the early Apple hardware, you can change the watchOS settings to increase performance and speed up your Apple Watch. Powered by more competent watchOS 4, Apple Watch 3 runs more smoothly than its predecessors. However, just like the iPhone or any other technology, the smartwatch must be managed efficiently in order to continue performing the task with the desired flair. Therefore, if he does not receive the required care, the wearable device can become extremely slow. Did you find yourself on the wrong side of the current? Give a chance to these effective tips to speed up your Apple Watch Series 3.

Apple Watch is becoming second nature after several months of possession. It is to the point that I feel that something is missing when I do not hold my wrist in the morning before starting my day’s work.

Tips to How to speed up your Apple Watch

Close Apps from Dock

Do not keep too many apps open in the dock

Once I’m done I used an application, I made sure to leave it by leaving applications in the background not only drain the battery but also slow down the device. It worked for me keeping intact the navigation performance of the portable device for a long time. It may be a very small thing but believe me, this can play a big role in providing a little respite to your device.

To force an application to close on your watch, press once. Access the Dock. Then you must slide left on an app and press the X button to kill it.

 Force leaving an application on Apple Watch

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Reduce the motion

This is the simplest thing you can do to dramatically improve Apple Watch performance (or at least the illusion of slowness).

Just like with iOS, you can reduce animations on Apple Watch. This will take fewer resources on your Apple Watch and speed up interactions. If you’re like me and the Workouts app is extremely slow on Apple Watch, try activating the Reduce Motion option.

To do this, from the Apple Watch, tap the digital crown to access the home screen of the app. From there, tap the Settings icon and select Accessibility. Select the Reduce Motion option and enable the feature.

Now that you are browsing Apple Watch, you will see that the animations for the watch face and applications are gone. Instead of zooming effects, you’ll see a simple, much faster and less resource-intensive fade transition.

Reduce Motion from Watch App

Open the Watch app on your iPhone, select the My Pictures button, select General -> Accessibility -> Reduce Motion and enable the feature.

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Disable Auto App Install

By default, iOS automatically installs the Apple Watch companion of all the apps you install on your iPhone. If you’re like us and you’re trying a lot of iOS apps, it means your Apple Watch is full of useless apps. Apps that take up space and slow down your Apple Watch.

Open the Watch app, go to the My Watch tab, tap General, and disable the Automatic App Install feature.

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Uninstall Unwanted Apps From Apple Watch

Now that you’ve turned off the automatic install feature, it’s time to get rid of all the unnecessary applications you’ll never use.

  1. On your Apple Watch, tap the digital crown once to open the Home screen.
  2. Press and hold any icon until applications start spinning. You are now in edit mode.
  3. Swipe to a third-party application. It will be the one that will have a small X in the upper left corner.
  4. Tap the app icon you want to delete, then tap Delete app to confirm.

If you have a lot of applications on your Apple Watch, it can get a little tedious. Fortunately, you can also do it from the Watch app on your iPhone!

Open the Watch app, go to the My Watch tab and swipe down. You will see a label  Installed on Apple Watch. You will find below a list of all the applications installed on your Apple Watch. Tap an app and tap next to View app on Apple Watch. In a minute or two, the application will be removed from your Apple Watch.

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Remove Apple Music Playlists

If you use watchOS 4 and have enabled the default sync settings with Apple Music, Apple Watch regularly syncs at least one playlist with your iPhone. But you could be syncing a lot more. Apple Music playlists on Apple Watch are convenient but they take up a lot of space. Apple Watch has only about 3 GB of available space.

Open the Watch app, go to the My Watch tab, swipe down, and tap Music. From there, disable playlists that you no longer want to synchronize. For me, iOS constantly synchronized 4 playlists with Apple Watch.

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Restart Apple Watch

Sometimes a simple reboot does a lot. It can handle malicious applications, erase RAM, cache, and more. Press and hold the digital crown until you see the power menu. Then slide to turn off the Apple Watch. Press the digital crown again to turn on the Apple Watch.

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Update Apple Watch Software

You may be running an older version of the watchOS operating system. watchOS has improved with version 3. If you are using an older version, it is time to update it. New releases also support software bugs that can cause slowdowns.

Conventional wisdom says you should not update to the latest software on an older device. But staying with old software, especially on Apple Watch, will hurt you more.

Open the Watch app, go to the My Watch tab, select General -> Software Update and update the latest available software.

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Disable Background App Refresh

Just like on iOS, Background App Refresh uses a lot of your battery and processor. This is great for up-to-date information, but if you have an old Apple Watch (like the original one) that you only use for certain things, Actual App Application unnecessarily refreshes your resources.

Open the Watch app, go to My Watch tab, open the General section and select Background App Refresh. From there, you can disable the feature or disable it by application.

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Short Guide: speed up your Apple Watch

Best Two ways to speed up your Apple Watch

  1. You can go to two places to disable these pretty but useless animations.
  2. On your iPhone: Go to the Apple Watch app, then tap My Watch, then tap General. Then, tap Accessibility to find the toggle switch to reduce motion.
  3. Switch this setting to ON and your Apple Watch will be much more responsive when launching or switching applications.

On your Apple Watch: You can do the same thing directly on your mobile. Launch your Apple Watch’s Settings app with one click, then tap General, then Accessibility. Press Shrink Down again and switch to ON.
It will also speed up your Apple Watch just as you would on your iPhone.

If all else fails, restart your Apple Watch

If things still seem a little funky, try restarting your Apple Watch. Simultaneously press and hold the Digital Crown and Side button and release them after about 10 seconds. Your Apple Watch will restart; This could solve all the strange problems you encountered.

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