The popularity of the Apple Watch has been continuously growing and Apple is also doing its best to keep it updated with the best of features and the latest software. But just like every other hardware even the Apple Watch isn’t completely fail-proof and at times becomes unresponsive. The Apple Watch currently runs watchOS 3 and many a time one or other software hangs thus creating a problem for the users.
While most of the users just choose to restart their Apple Watch in such cases, there is a far simpler way to get out of this problem. Also, since the reboot takes almost like a decade, it is much better to just force stop the app creating the issue rather than rebooting the whole device.
If you’re wondering whether you can force stop an app on the Apple Watch running watchOS 3, then the answer is affirmative. And what’s even better that you can force close apps on Apple Watch running watchOS 3 in few very easy steps.
Here’s how to force close apps on Apple Watch running watchOS 3. Just follow these steps:
STEP 1: Pick out the unresponsive app which you want to force close and bring that app into view.
STEP 2: Now press the Power button till the slide to power down screen appears. Once you see the screen, let go of the Power button.
STEP 3: Now press the Digital Crown and keep holding it till you land up on the Apple Watch home screen. Let go of the Digital Crown once you’re on the home-screen.
STEP 4: That’s it. The unresponsive app will get force shut down. Now you can relaunch the app if you wish.
So this is how you can force close apps on your Apple Watch running watchOS 3. You no longer need to reboot your device in case one of the app gets stuck up and the best part is that this trick works with all the apps. You can use this trick to clear up RAM. I hope that this tutorial helped you. Please let us know if face any problem following this tutorial.
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