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Turn on Apple Watch. If Apple Watch is off, press and hold the side button until the Apple logo appears (you might see a black screen for a short time first). The watch face appears when Apple Watch is on.
Turn off Apple Watch. Normally, you’ll leave Apple Watch on all of the time, but if you need to turn it off, press and hold the side button until the sliders appear, then drag the Power Off slider to the right.
The Apple Watch screen showing three sliders: Power Off, Medical ID, and Emergency SOS. Drag the Power Off slider to turn off Apple Watch.
Apple Watch Series 3 Tips
You can’t turn off Apple Watch while it’s charging. To turn off Apple Watch, first disconnect it from the charger.
Wake the Apple Watch display
Just raise your wrist. Apple Watch sleeps again when you lower your wrist. You can also wake Apple Watch by tapping the display or pressing the Digital Crown.
If Apple Watch doesn’t wake when you raise your wrist, make sure you selected the proper wrist and watch orientation. If Apple Watch doesn’t wake when you tap the display or press the Digital Crown, it may need charging.
Apple Watch Series 3 Tips and Tricks
If you don’t want to wake Apple Watch when you raise your wrist, open the Apple Watch app, tap My Watch, then tap General. Tap Wake Screen, then turn off Wake Screen on Wrist Raise.
Wake to your last activity
You can set Apple Watch to return you to where you were before it went to sleep. Open Settings Settings icon, go to General > Wake Screen, and make sure Wake Screen on Wrist Raise is turned on. Scroll down and choose when you want Apple Watch to wake to the last app you used: Always, Within 1 Hour of Last Use, Within 8 Minutes of Last Use, or While in Session (for apps like Workout, Remote, or Maps). Choose While in Session if you want Apple Watch to always wake to the watch face (except when you’re still using an app).
You can also do this using the Apple Watch app on iPhone: tap My Watch, tap General, then tap Wake Screen.
Keep the Apple Watch display on longer.
If you want the display to stay on longer when you tap to wake Apple Watch, open Settings Settings icon, go to General > Wake Screen, then tap Wake for 70 Seconds.
Apple Watch 3 Tutorial Unlock with iPhone.
To unlock Apple Watch whenever you unlock iPhone, open Settings Settings icon, scroll down, tap Passcode, then turn on Unlock with iPhone. Or open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Passcode, then turn on Unlock with iPhone. Your iPhone must be within normal Bluetooth range (about 33 feet or 10 meters) of your Apple Watch to unlock it. Your Apple Watch passcode can be different from your iPhone passcode, in fact, it’s better to use different passcodes.
Apple Watch Series 3 Tutorial to Enter your passcode
If you take Apple Watch off your wrist or wear it too loosely, it asks for your passcode the next time you wake it. Just tap your passcode on the number pad that appears.
Change your passcode. On Apple Watch, open Settings Settings icon, scroll down, tap Passcode, then tap Change Passcode and follow the onscreen prompts. Or open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Passcode, then tap Change Passcode and follow the onscreen prompts.
Passcode settings on Apple Watch, with Turn Passcode Off button at top, Change Passcode button below it, and Unlock with iPhone at bottom.
Use a longer passcode on Apple Watch Series 3
To use a passcode longer than four digits, open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Passcode, then turn off Simple Passcode.
Apple WatchOS 4 Tutorial to Turn off the passcode. Open Settings Settings icon, tap Passcode, then tap Turn Passcode Off. Or open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Passcode, then tap Turn Passcode Off. If you disable your passcode, you can’t use Apple Pay on Apple Watch.
Apple Watch Series 3 Lock automatically
Turn on wrist detection to lock your watch automatically when you’re not wearing it. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap General, then turn on Wrist Detection. If you turn off Wrist Detection, you can’t use Apple Pay.
Lock manually on Apple Watch Series 3
If you have wrist detection turned off, you can manually lock Apple Watch. Swipe up from the bottom of the watch face to open Control Center, then tap Lock Lock icon. You need to enter your passcode the next time you try to use Apple Watch.
You can also lock your screen to avoid accidental taps during a workout. While using the Workout app Workout icon, just swipe right, then tap Lock. When you start a swimming workout with Apple Watch Series 3, Apple Watch automatically locks the screen with Water Lock.
Apple Watch Series 3 Tutorial Tips If you forget your passcode.
Unpair Apple Watch from iPhone to erase your Apple Watch settings and passcode, then pair again. Or reset Apple Watch and pair it again with your iPhone. For more information, see If you forget your passcode.
Apple Watch Series 3 Settings
Erase Apple Watch after 10 unlock attempts. To protect your information if your watch is lost or stolen, you can set Apple Watch to erase its data after 10 attempts to unlock it using the wrong password. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Passcode, then turn on Erase Data. If you have a Mac running macOS Sierra, you can unlock your computer with your Apple Watch.
If you can't set up your Apple Watch 3 or you get an error message:
- Make sure that your iPhone has the latest version of iOS.
- Turn off your iPhone and turn it back on.
- Turn off your Apple Watch and turn it back on.