Last year, Apple introduced the second generation Apple Watch in an attempt to maintain its position as the smartwatch market leader. The Apple Watch may not bring in significant updates, but it has finally become a useful companion, rather than a stylist luxury jewelry.
If you have an Apple Watch and an external speaker or Bluetooth headphones, you always want to pair it with your Apple Watch for better audio experience. With that in mind, we believe that we can help you out.
In this guide, we will run you through the steps to pair your Bluetooth headphones or external speaker with your Apple Watch. Before we begin, make sure that you are now running the latest version of WatchOS.
Steps to pair your Bluetooth headphones or external speaker with Apple Watch
Step one: First off, you need to get your Bluetooth headphones or external speaker in range with your Apple Watch and make sure that you can see them on other devices
Step two: Once you are done, you now need to click your Digital Crown and launch the Settings app on your Apple Watch
Step three: Once you are in the Settings app, all you have to do now is to tap Settings. Make sure that you have switched on your headset or speaker. If it is now activated, you will see it in the list with the status saying “Not Paired”. You will also see devices you have already registered with your Apple Watch here saying “Not Connected”
Step four: All you have to do now is to tap on the new device to start the pairing process. Once it is done, the text field will switch to Connected.
From now on, you simply need to switch on your headset or external speaker and start playing music, eliminating the need to go back to Settings app and re-pairing it with your Apple Watch.
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