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watchOS 4 has come with some neat features including Siri watch face. It smartly updates to show you relevant information throughout the day. Moreover, it retrieves data from as many as 14 different sources to ensure everything you need is just a glance away. Haven't tried it as yet? You can easily set up and customize Siri watch face in watchOS 4 on your Apple Watch.

The Siri watch face features a digital clock and two customizable complications; while one is new Siri complication the other is a dynamic tile of information. These tiles continue to update based on a number of things like activity progress, time of day, current event, date etc. Read on to find out more!

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How to Set Up and Customize Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch in watchOS 4

Set Up Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch

Step #1. First off, press the Digital Crown to go to watch face, if you aren't already there.

Step #2. Next, you need to press on the display.

Press on the Apple Watch Display

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Step #3. Now, swipe left or right to cycle through faces. When you see Siri watch face, tap on it.

Tap on Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch

Set Siri Watch Face from Watch App from iPhone

You can also set Siri watch face using Watch app from the paired iPhone.

Step #1. Launch Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on Face Gallery.

Step #3. Under New in watchOS, tap on Siri.

Tap on Face Gallery and Tap on Siri in Apple Watch App on iPhoneStep #4. Tap on Add.

Add Siri Watch Face from iPhone

Now, you can customize complications as per your liking.

Customize Siri Watch Face in watchOS 4

Step #1. Head over to the Siri watch face on your Apple Watch, by pressing the Digital Crown.

Step #2. Next, you have to press firmly on the screen. Then, tap on Customize.

Tap on Customize in Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch

You can choose between, Alarm, Battery, Activity, Breathe, Calendar, Date, Find My Friends, Heart Rate, Home, Mail, Maps, Messages, Moon Phase, Music, News, Phone, Reminders, Remote, Siri, Stocks, Stopwatch, Sunrise/Sunset, Timer, Weather, Workout, World Clock, Weather Conditions as well as third-party complications.

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Customize Siri Watch Face in watchOS 4 on Apple Watch

The top right complication allows you to set battery, Battery, Calendar, Date, Heart Rate, News, Stocks, Stopwatch, Sunrise/Sunset, World Clock, Timer, Weather as well as third-party complications.

Step #3. When you have perfectly customized Siri watch face, press the Digital Crown to save all the changes.

Step #4. Now, tap on the watch face.

Use Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch

  • Tap on the Siri complication to quickly activate the voice assistant.

Activate Siri on Apple Watch using Complication

  • When you spin Digital Crown on Siri face, the timeline changes into a vertical carousel of information. And when you rotate the Digital Crown downward, it will display Recent and All-Day tiles such as, temperature highs and lows, Now Playing cards etc.

View Timeline Changes in Apple Wach Siri Face

  • When you rotate Digital Crown upward on the Siri watch face, it will show tiles for Up Next and Tomorrow.

View Up next Events in Apple Watch Siri Face

Personalize Siri Watch Face Complications from Watch App on iPhone

You can ideally personalize the two complications in Siri watch face to suit your needs better.

For instance, if you don't need data from all 14 different sources like Stocks, Wallet, you can prevent them from showing up on the watch face. To do so, you will need to use Watch app on your paired iPhone.

Step #1. Launch Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on My Watch tab at the bottom → Under My Faces section, tap on Siri.

Tap on My Watch then Siri in Apple Watch App on iPhoneNow, you can set both complications perfectly just like on the Apple Watch. The Data Sources list allows you toggle apps that appear on Siri face on and off. Disable the data sources that you don't need.

Customize Siri Watch Face on Apple Watch

That's it!

Wrapping up

I have found Siri watch face really handy. What's your take on it? Share your feedback in the comments below.

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