Apple blew our minds with their Watch. All three variants of the Apple Watch have great design, and as there are many bands available we all can easily find the one that will be a perfect match to our style and personality. Of course, the Apple Watch is not all about the appearance. It comes with some pretty cool features that can make your life easier. Among many other things, you can set an alarm. If you recently purchased this awesome device and want to know how to set an alarm on your Apple Watch, this article is for you because we are going to show you how to do just that.
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How to set an alarm on your Apple Watch
Many iPhone users have the habit of turning off their devices at night, or to mute them, and since many people leave the Apple Watch right next to them when they go to bed or sleep with the Watch on their hand, setting and alarm on the Apple Watch sounds like a pretty good idea. Thanks to the Alarms app, you can set the alarm on your watch and so it can wake you up in the morning. Let’s see how you can create an alarm:
- Tap on the Alarms app on your Apple Watch
- Force touch the screen and then tap New
- Click on Change Time and set the time you want
- Once you are done tap Set
- You can customize the alarm with the options Repeat, Label and Snooze and you can adjust everything according to your needs
- When you are done, press the Digital crown.
Set up an alarm on your Apple Watch with Siri
The other option to set up an alarm is with Siri. This method is very simple as well. First, you need to enable “Hey Siri” on your Apple Watch. When you do that, tap on the screen and say “Hey Siri” followed by something like: create an alarm for 7 am, or set an alarm for 7 am.
Both methods are simple, so choose the one you want and set up an alarm on your Apple Watch.
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