As you all know, the Apple Watch began to reach the first customers last Friday, April 24 and in iPhone News we do not want to miss the opportunity to show you how to use the device. In this post we will show you how to reset our Apple Watch.
A reboot or reset statistically solves 80% of small software problems that we can find on an iOS device. As we told you last week, Watch OS 1.0 is a variant of iOS 8.2 and, as such, the solutions to some problems will tend to be the same as in an iPhone.
If our Apple Watch consumes too much battery, has erratic performance or there is something that has been “hung”, we could repair the problem with a new system startup. The system is practically traced to the one we use on an iPhone, in which we have the options of forcing a restart or manually turning off and on the device.
How to force a restart Apple Watch
- We press and we keep the Digital Crown and the side button at the same time.
- We release after 10 seconds approximately.
There is also the possibility that what we want is to turn off the device to turn it back on just after or after some time. In this case, the process will be as follows
How to manually restart Apple Watch
- We press and we keep the side button until the power off screen appears.
- We play for confirm shutdown.
- We press and we keep the side button until the home screen appears.
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