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You can connect your Apple Watch with Bluetooth headphones or speakers to listen to your favorite music in high stereo sound. The process of pairing the smartwatch with any Bluetooth accessory is quite straightforward. If you have done it on your iPhone, you will find the route pretty similar.

So, you bought a top quality wireless Bluetooth speaker and wished to connect it with your Watch to liven up your music time? Follow these quick steps to get it done!

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How to Pair Bluetooth Headphone or Speaker with Apple Watch

How to Connect Apple Watch with Bluetooth Headphones and Speakers

Step #1. First up, you need to put your Bluetooth Speaker or Headphone in pairing mode. (Take the help of your device's user manual to enter your device into pairing mode if you are not sure about how to get it done.)

Step #2. Now, open Settings app on your Apple Watch.

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Step #3. Next, tap on Bluetooth.

Tap on Bluetooth in Apple Watch Settings

Step #4. The watch will now search the nearby device. Let the accessory name show up. Once it appears, select it.

Pair Bluetooth Speaker or Headphones with Apple Watch

How to Unpair Apple Watch with Bluetooth Accessories

If you no longer want to use the Bluetooth device with your smartwatch, you can disconnect it.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your smartwatch.

Step #2. Tap on Bluetooth.

Tap on Bluetooth in Apple Watch Settings

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on the “i” button next to the device name you want to unpair.

Tap on I Button in Apple Watch Bluetooth Settings

Step #4. Finally, you have to tap on Forget Device.

Unpair Bluetooth Headphones from Apple Watch

That's it!

Wrapping up

As we are talking about Bluetooth speakers, I would recommend you to explore these best Bluetooth headphones for Apple Watch. To take a peek at some of the most powerful wireless speakers, head over to this post.

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