Of course, Apple Watch still heavily relies on iPhone for several things. However, there are certain things which the smartwatch can do on its own. As for instance, you can instantly pair the wearable device with any Bluetooth headphone and enjoy listening to your favorite music.

So, if you have just bought a wireless headphone or a heart rate monitor, follow this guide to use Bluetooth accessories with your Apple Watch. Let me take you through the process!

How to Pair Bluetooth Device with Apple Watch

How to Pair Bluetooth Device with Your Apple Watch

Step #1. First off, you need to put your Bluetooth accessory in pairing mode. (Make sure to check out the instructions provided with the accessory.)

Step #2. Open Settings app on your Apple Watch.

Open Settings on Apple Watch

Step #3. Tap on Bluetooth.

Tap on Bluetooth on Apple Watch

Step #4. Now, the smartwatch will begin to search the device. Once it has searched the accessory, you need to select it.

Pair Bluetooth Accessories with Apple Watch

Step #5. You may have to enter PIN or passkey on your watch.

How to Unpair Bluetooth Accessory and Apple Watch

No longer want to use Bluetooth device with your Apple Watch? You can unpair them easily.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your Apple Watch.

Step #2. Tap on Bluetooth.

Tap on Bluetooth on Apple Watch

Step #3. Next, you have to tap on “i” button next to your accessory.

Tap on i Icon Next to Bluetooth Device on Apple Watch

Step #4. Finally, tap on Forget Device.

Unpair Bluetooth Device from Apple Watch

Can't Connect Your Bluetooth Accessory with your Apple Watch? Try Out These Tips

Unable to connect your accessory with your wearable device, give these simple tricks a try to make them work together.

Reboot your Watch

Reboot your watch and try to pair it again. Simply press and hold the side button and Digital Crown for about ten seconds until Apple logo appears on the screen.

  • Your Bluetooth accessory needs to be completely charged up. Make sure to place it near your smartwatch.

Unpair Your Watch and Bluetooth device

Follow the steps mentioned above to unpair the watch and Bluetooth device. Then, try to pair them again.

If you still can't pair the device with your Watch, contact the manufacturer for help.

That's it!

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