How to Remove Music from Apple Watch: Make Some Space by Removing Unwanted Playlist

In case you are running out of space on your Apple Watch, then remove playlist from it to free up some storage. Check how to do it from the process given below.

Earlier, we explained you to sync music to your Apple Watch from your iPhone and we are pretty sure you would have packed up entire storage with your favorite songs. That is why we are writing this guide to help you free up some of your storage by removing music from Apple Watch.

You might already be aware that Apple Watch has merely 2GB of storage space. That space is occupied by pictures, apps, music, and much more. So if you have synced a large number of songs, you might be running out of storage space. With that said, you don’t have any other option than to remove some of the music files. The process is quite simple, so check it out.

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How to Remove Playlist from Apple Watch

How to Remove Playlist from Apple Watch

Step #1. The first thing you’ll need to do is to have your Apple Watch in charging, else it won’t sync with your iPhone.

Step #2. Now launch the Watch app from your iPhone Home Screen.

Open Apple Watch App on iPhone

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Step #3. Tap on “My Watch” at the bottom (If you are not already there) → Tap on Music.

Tap on My Watch then Music in Apple Watch App on iPhone

Step #4. Tap on “Synced Playlist”.

Tap on Synced Playlist in Apple Watch Music on iPhone

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Step #5. Here you will have a list of playlists. All those that are synced with Apple Watch will have a text labeled as “Synced” along with a tick → Now scroll to the bottom of the list and tap on “None”.

Remove Music from Apple Watch

That’s all; the playlist has been removed from your Apple Watch leaving you some more space to add stuff to it. We have already mentioned in the beginning of the guide, but saying it again, have your Apple Watch in charging before syncing to and from Apple Watch.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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