What once was an optional accessory has now become the main motivator for living a healthier life for many. And that's Apple Watch. With Series 3 and later, users can purchase an LTE variant that completely puts Apple Watch free from its iPhone counterpart.
This includes listening to music or podcasts, or taking a call along the way. Of course, Apple Watch has no physical input for wired headphones, so it only depends on Bluetooth for audio.
Follow to learn how to connect Bluetooth Headphones to Apple Watch …
How to Connect Bluetooth Headphones to Apple Watch
- On Apple Watch, enter Settings > Bluetooth .
- Turn on the headset and enable pairing mode. This varies from headphone to headphone, most will keep you on the power button for a few seconds while others (such as AirPods) will have a dedicated pairing button for a few seconds.
- Wait until you see your Bluetooth headset On Apple Watch, touch the Bluetooth device to pair.
- Wait a few seconds to allow Apple Watch to pair with Bluetooth headsets.
- If you succeed, you will see "Connected" next to the Bluetooth device. [1
If pairing fails, try again. If it continues to fail, you may need to contact the headphone manufacturer. The same process works for connecting to Bluetooth speakers and a small handful of cars.
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