It’s essential to understand how to unpair your Apple Watch. Thankfully, unpairing your devices is not too difficult, regardless of whether you don’t have your iPhone close by or you simply want to reset your watch.
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Unpair Apple Watch without using an iPhone
Step 2: Go to Settings. Find Settings on your Apple Watch and click on it.
Step 3: Scroll Down. Once you are in Settings, scroll down until you get to General.
Step 4: Go to General. When you find General in your Settings, click on it.
Step 5: Scroll Down. Once you have clicked on General, scroll down to the very bottom of the page. This can be done using your finger on the touchscreen or by rotating the Digital Crown.
Step 6: Press Reset. When you are at the bottom of the page in General, there will be a button called Reset. Click on it.
Step 7: Click Erase All Content and Settings. Press the button that says Erase All Content and Settings.
Step 8: Enter Your Password. You may be prompted to enter a password if your Apple Watch has been set up with a password. If so, enter it.
Step 9: Click Erase All. Click the Erase All button to erase all of your data from your Apple Watch and to unpair it from your iPhone. It’s important to note that once you click the Erase All button, your Watch will lose all of its statistics and data, including photos and fitness activity information. You can back up your data to iCloud if you want to save it after the reset, and we would also recommend saving any important content from your Watch beforehand.
1. Open your Apple Watch
2. Go to Settings
3. Scroll down
4. Go to General
5. Scroll down
6. Press Reset
7. Click Erase All Content and Settings
8. Enter your password
9. Click Erase All
Yes, you can also reset your Apple Watch using the iPhone model that is it paired with, though this method is for people that do not have access to their iPhones and need to reset their Apple Watch. Check Here How to unpair an Apple Watch With Iphone.
Your ability to retrieve your fitness activity statistics after resetting your Apple Watch will depend on whether you have backed up this data to iCloud. Before resetting your Apple Watch, if possible, we advise backing up and preserving any significant data or material.