How to Sync iPhone Photos to Your Apple Watch

Apple Watch has been getting some buzz around the globe these days. And why not, it is undoubtedly amazing in every way. Small OLED display with all possible apps is not just the only reason for having an Apple Watch; it is a lot more than that.

Did you know that you can copy your photos from iPhone to your Apple Watch? Certainly, it is possible, so if you have some close to heart memories, you can have them right on your wrist. Of course, the display is a bit too small, but it’s always better to have something rather than nothing.

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Check out our guide given below to transfer your iPhone photos to Apple Watch. Also note, you can sync only one album at a time, and if your library is big; it will take more time as the transfer process is done via Bluetooth.

How to Move iPhone Photos to Apple Watch

Step #1. On your paired iPhone, open the Watch app from home screen.

Open Watch App on iPhone

Step #2. Under that go to My Watch and choose Photos.

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Tap on My Watch Then Photos on iPhone

Step #3. Now tap on Synced album option, located under PHOTO SYNCING.

Tap on Synced Album Option in Watch App on iPhone

Step #4. Now select the album you wish to sync with your Apple Watch.

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Tap on Album You Want to Move to Your Apple Watch

Step #5. Wait till syncing process is over; it might take some time if your album has huge number of photos.

Move iPhone Photos to Apple Watch

Voila! The album is now synced with your Apple Watch; you can share, view or set it as a custom Watch face. Quality of photo is reduced compared to iPhone, and so does the size of photo.

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Jignesh Padhiyar
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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