How to use Wi-Fi on the Apple Watch

Like your iPhone, your Apple Watch has a Wi-Fi antenna inside of it, which allows it to connect directly to Wi-Fi networks (or via your iPhone) rather than always using your cellular data.Where the two devices differ is in how they can connect: The Apple Watch doesn’t have an Auto-Join Wi-Fi screen, or a place to select networks, nor does it have an option to dictate or Scribble in passwords. In short: Your Apple Watch can’t connect to Wi-Fi unless your iPhone has first connected to it.Essentially, when your iPhone connects to a Wi-Fi hotspot and enters in the password while you’re also connected to Apple Watch, your iPhone syncs that information over to your Watch.Apple Watch can then access that information and connect to a network — even if you visit that location in the future with only your watch. That way, you can use all of your Apple Watch’s online capabilities in Wi-Fi areas (like Messages, Maps, and any third-party apps) whether you have a GPS + Cellular model or a Series 0 Apple Watch.Sounds easy enough, right

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How to use Wi-Fi on the Apple Watch