How to back up your Apple Watch
Most Apple Watch owners don’t know how to back up their Apple Watch, nor does Apple make it clear how one would go about that process.. Read along as we walk you through how to back up your Apple Watch.
This will be especially useful if you’re looking to upgrade your iPhone any time soon. While iPhone already syncs your Health and activity data automatically to iCloud, things such as app layout, settings, etc., will require you to fully back up your Apple Watch.
How to back up your Apple Watch
While the process can be cumbersome and annoying, it’s the only way you can back up your Apple Watch at the moment. In the future, we’d like to see some sort of nightly back ups (possibly backing up while it’s on the charger), or a way to manually back up the Watch through software. While most users won’t need to do this often, it is necessary if you’re looking to upgrade or switch iPhones for any reason such as receiving a refurbished iPhone when you send your device in for repair. Or worst case scenario, you lose your iPhone or your Apple Watch.
Nonetheless, this is the way to do it. Just make sure you have an hour or so of your time as un-pairing and re-pairing your Apple Watch is a tedious process and can take quite a while depending on which Apple Watch model you have, especially if you have the first-generation Series 0 Apple Watch.
4/30/2018 08:47:06 pm
This is a really confusing task for me. I have tried this before and I always had problems. I thought there's something wrong with my notebook. I was even thinking my external drive was broken. Some files can't be accessed. I heard we needed a brand new external drive with no Windows files. So we bought a new one. It gave the same problems. I tried following detailed instructions but still have problems. I am thinking of just bringing everything in the store and ask someone else to do it.
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