Here Are Two Simple Ways To Restart Your Apple Watch
Karamchand Rameshwar - Nov 30, 2019
Your Apple Watch is frozen and it doesn't respond at all? Here are two simple ways that you can use to restart the watch.
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The Apple Watch is by far the most popular smartwatch of choice because of its quick and accurate feedback. The price of the Apple Watch in India is Rs. 40,900, which is pretty expensive. However, like all other electronic devices, it will sometimes be slow because of software bugs, or the watchOS being frozen due to misbehaved apps. At such times, restarting or forcing restart watch is a basic treatment that you should try.
How to restart an Apple Watch
Unfortunately there is no "Restart" button for you to press, so to restart an Apple Watch, you have to turn it off and then turn it back on as with the iPhone. Before you begin, make sure your Apple Watch isn't in charging mode.
Step 1: Press & hold the Side button on the edge of the Watch body until the Power menu appears
Step 2: Here, drag the Power Off switch to the right of the display
Your watch will now be turned off.
Step 3: When the display has turned off black, leave it for a few seconds, then press then hold the side button again until the Apple logo appears on the display.
How to force restart An Apple Watch
If the Apple Watch is unresponsive, you can force it to restart as the last resort. Do not force restart the Watch when it is updating software, as this can cause serious errors with the system.
Step 1: Press then hold both the Digital Crown and the Side button for at least 10 seconds
Step 2: Until you see the Apple logo on the display, stop pressing and releasing the 2 buttons
By the time the watch reboot is complete, chances are that the errors you have encountered before will be gone.