With the iOS 14.6 and watchOS 7.5 launch, Apple is requiring Apple Watch Collection 3 house owners to unpair and restore the watch whereas putting in the most recent watchOS replace. The corporate is doing this as a result of the GPS-only variant of the Apple Watch Collection 3 solely has 8GB of inner storage, which isn’t sufficient for putting in an replace.
Previous to watchOS 7.5 replace, Apple Watch Collection 3 house owners have been virtually all the time prompted to delete media and apps from their watch to put in an OS replace. Apple is now merely asking customers to unpair and restore their Apple Watch in order that they will set up watchOS updates on it. It is a time-consuming course of, and it provides main friction to putting in updates on the Apple Watch Collection 3, which might frustrate a number of customers.
To put in the watchOS replace, unpair your Apple Watch and pair it once more within the Apple Watch app in your iPhone.
Putting in a watchOS replace requires that your Apple Watch has at the least 3GB of free area. With the Apple Watch Collection 3 GPS variant transport with round 5GB of free cupboard space out of the field, it’s probably that the majority customers aren’t left with 3GB+ of free cupboard space after putting in all their apps.
The Apple Watch Collection 3 was launched by Apple in September 2017. The wearable is already exhibiting its age and the restricted quantity of inner storage isn’t serving to issues both. If something, it’s probably that Apple will drop help for Apple Watch Collection 3 with watchOS 8.