Why Won’t My Apple Watch Update?

If you’re wondering why apple watch won’t update, there are a few possible reasons. Here’s a look at why apple watch might not be updating and what you can do about it.

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Check your connection

Make sure that your iPhone and your Apple Watch are in range of each other. If you use Wi-Fi, make sure that your iPhone is connected to the Internet over Wi-Fi and that your Apple Watch is connected to your iPhone over Bluetooth.

If you’re trying to update wirelessly
Connect your iPhone to a power source and check for any updates. Then try to update your watch again. If that doesn’t work, remove your watch from the charger and then try to update it again.

If you’re trying to update using watch app on your iPhone
First, make sure that you have the latest version of watchOS. Open the Watch app on your iPhone, then tap General > About > Software Update. Next, connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi,. Tap Download and Install, then follow the onscreen instructions.

Check for updates

If you’re having trouble installing the latest version of watchOS, try these tips:

– Make sure your iPhone is running the latest version of iOS.
– Connect your iPhone to Wi-Fi.
– Connect your iPhone to the charger and place it near your Apple Watch.
– Make sure that your iPhone and Apple Watch are in range of each other.
– If you’re updating over the air, make sure that your Apple Watch has at least 50% battery power.
– If you’re updating over the air, make sure that your iPhone has at least 50% battery power.
– Restart both your iPhone and your Apple Watch:
– On your iPhone, press and hold both the Side button and Volume Down button until you see the power off slider appear on screen. Drag the slider to turn off your device. After it’s turned off, press and hold the Side button again until you see the Apple logo appear on screen.
– On your Apple Watch, press and hold both the Side button and Digital Crown until you see the power off slider appear on screen. Drag the slider to turn off your device. After it’s turned off, press and hold the Side button again until you see the Apple logo appear on screen.

Check your storage

One of the first things you should do when your Watch isn’t updating is to check your available storage. You can do that by opening the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and then tapping through to General > About. Scroll down until you see Available. If you don’t have much storage left, that could be why your Watch won’t update.

If you’re running low on space, try offloading some of your music or photos (or both) to make room for the update. You can always put them back onto your Watch later.

Check your software

Before you begin, make sure that your iPhone is updated to the latest version of iOS, and that your Watch is at least 50 percent charged.

On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app, then tap the watch tab
Tap General > Software Update.
If an update is available, you’ll see an option to download and install it.

To install the update, you need your iPhone and your Watch to have a Wi-Fi connection. Make sure that your devices are plugged in and connected to the same Wi-Fi network before start the update process.

If you’re having trouble installing the update, try these tips:
-Put your device in Airplane Mode and turn off Find My iPhone on your device. Then try again.
-Connect your device to a different Wi-Fi network and try again.
-If you still can’t install the update,contact apple support for help.

Check your Apple ID

If you’re signed out of apple id you won’t be able to update your Apple Watch.

To check if you’re signed in to your Apple ID:

– On your iPhone, open the Watch app.
– Tap the My Watch tab, then tap General > About.
– Look for the “Signed in to:” field. If you see “No,” tap it and sign in with your Apple ID and password.

After you sign in, try updating your Apple Watch again.

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