Have you ever found your Apple Watch completely unresponsive? If yes, you are not alone. There are a number of users who have reported that the Watch doesn't respond or turn on. Its screen doesn’t respond to taps or wrist gestures-kind of get frozen.
Even if the watch turns on, it seems to get stuck during start up. What could be the possible cause of this annoying inconvenience and how to fix it easily?
Your watch won't respond to taps or wrist gestures in two possible situations.
#1. If it has low battery.
#2. If it is in Power Reserve mode.
- In such a situation, press and hold on the side button of your Apple Watch. If you see only time on the watch screen, it means the watch is in Power Reserve mode.
- To get it out of Power Reserve mode, press and hold on the side button for about ten seconds until you see Apple logo on the screen.
- If you see a red icon next to the time, you need to charge your watch right away.
Turn off Screen Curtain via Apple Watch App on iPhone
Just in case you see Apple logo on the watch screen after the device has restarted and hear the description of screen elements, you need to turn off Screen Curtain.
Step #1. Launch Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
Step #2. Tap on General followed by Accessibility.
Step #3. Tap on VoiceOver.
Step #4. Turn off Screen Curtain as well as VoiceOver.
That's it! Assuming the watch would respond as usual. Share your experience if these tricks work for you.