How to Lock Your Apple Watch

Here’s a quick how-to on locking apple watch Whether you’re worried about someone snooping on your device or you simply want to save battery life, locking your Watch is a great way to keep your information safe and secure.

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Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone, then tap “Bluetooth.” Next, tap the info button next to apple watch then tap “Disconnect.” Finally, turn off Bluetooth on your iPhone.

Tap “Passcode.”

On the watch face, tap the Settings icon .
Tap Passcode.
Tap Change Passcode.
Tap Use Number Pad.
Enter a new passcode.
Tap Done.

Tap “Turn Passcode On.”

If you decide that you want to use a passcode to lock apple watch you can easily do so by following these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your Apple Watch.
2. Tap “Passcode.”
3. Tap “Turn Passcode On.”
4. Enter a 4-digit passcode that you will remember.
5. Re-enter your passcode to confirm it.

Now, whenever you take your Apple Watch off, it will automatically lock itself and will require your passcode to be unlocked.

Enter a passcode, then enter it again to confirm.

If you enter the wrong passcode too many times, you’ll see a message that your Apple Watch is disabled. If you can’t remember your passcode, you’ll need to erase your Apple Watch and set it up again.

On your Apple Watch, go to Settings > Passcode. Tap Turn Passcode On. Enter a passcode, then enter it again to confirm.

When prompted, tap Continue on your iPhone.

Tap “Erase Data.”

If you want to completely reset your Apple Watch start from scratch, tap “Erase Data.” This will delete all of your information from the watch, including your apps, settings, and data.

Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.”

If you can’t update or restore your Apple Watch, you might need to erase it and set it up again. When you erase all content and settings, your Apple Watch returns to its factory default settings.

Before you erase your watch, unpair it from your iPhone (tap Settings > Bluetooth, then select your watch and tap the “i” icon, then tap Forget This Device). Then back up the watch:

-Open the watch app on your iPhone.
-Tap the watch tab
-Tap General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings.
-Enter apple id password or restrictions passcode.
-Tap Erase Everything.

Enter your passcode.

If you have a passcode set, you’ll need to enter it to unlock your Apple Watch. On models with Touch ID, you can also unlock by pressing the side button then placing your finger on the scanner.

If you don’t have a passcode set, you can still turn off Wrist Detection so that your Apple Watch doesn’t turn on when it’s on your wrist. To do this, open the Settings app on your Apple Watch, tap Passcode, then turn off Wrist Detection.

Tap “Erase everything.”

If you enter your passcode incorrectly too many times, you’ll see a message that your device is disabled. To remove all content and settings from your Apple Watch and set it up as new, tap “Erase everything.”

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