How to Add and View World Clocks on Your Apple Watch

This is the age of globalization. People have become cosmopolitan and travel far across the world. That’s why we need to check out world clocks to remain communicative to our friends or loved ones living in London, New York, Tokyo or anywhere else in the world.

What could be better than having Apple Watch to race along with the pace of time? The World Clock app on the Watch allows you to view different time zones of the world. To make it more convenient, you also have the option to add certain time zones to the watch face itself. Just in case, you wish to keep track of some of your favorite time zones, you can add them to the World Clock app too.

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How to Add World Clocks to Apple Watch

Apple Watch’s World Clock app auto syncs the configured world clocks from the paired iPhone’s Clock app. As for instance, if you add different world clocks to your iPhone’s Clock app, they will be automatically synced to Apple Watch. That’s really simple; only if you know the trick!

How to Add World Clocks on Your Apple Watch

Step #1. Launch the Clock app on your iPhone.

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Open Clock App on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on the World Clock tab from the bottom left corner.

Tap on World Clock Tab on iPhone

Step #3. Next up, tap on the plus sign from the top right corner.

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Step #4. Now, you need to tap on the city name which you wish to add.

List of Clock Timezones in iPhone

That’s it!

You can repeat these steps to add more cities to the clock app. Check out the World Clock app to confirm whether the newly added time zone has been synced or not.

How to Reorder Cities in the World Clock App on iPhone

You can reorder cities as desired so that you can easily view the world time. For example, if you have added multiple cities to the World Clock app, it would be better to rearrange them based on the priority.

Step #1: Follow step #1 and #2 as above.

Step #2. Tap on Edit from top left corner → Up next, drag the reorder icon which is next to the city you want to rearrange. Just in case, you want to set the World Clock to a default city, place your favorite city at the top.

How to Reorder Cities in the World Clock App on iPhone

Step #4. Once, you have reordered the cities, tap on Done from the top left corner.

How to View World Clocks on Apple Watch

Its quite easy to access world clocks on Apple watch.

  • Simply open the World Clocks app on your Apple Watch and then tap on the city you wish to see additional information for.

How to Delete a Particular Time Zone from World Clock on Apple Watch

If you no longer want to keep any time zone on your World Clock, you can easily delete it.

Step #1. Follow step #1 and #2 as above and tap on Edit → Tap on the red button next the city you want to delete.

Step #2. Tap on Delete → Tap on Done from the top left corner to confirm.

Delete World Clock on iPhone

That’s it!

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Jignesh Padhiyar
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.


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