With merely 2GB of storage for Music app on Apple Watch, you wouldn't be able to store tons of your favorite songs or playlists on it. However, the constraint of storage wouldn’t prevent you from keeping some of your melodious songs on your Watch.
Though you can conveniently stream music from your iPhone to your watch, you need to have iPhone with you to make it happen. If you want to play music on your watch without the help of iPhone, you would need to transfer music from iPhone to Apple Watch? Let me walk you through the process!
How to Sync Music from iPhone to Apple Watch
Step #1. Connect your Watch to its Magnetic Charging Cable.
Step #2. Go to Settings on your iPhone and then turn on Bluetooth.
Step #3. Launch the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
Step #4. Tap on Music.
Step #5. Tap on Synced Playlist.
Step #6. Now, you need to tap on the playlist which you want to sync with your Apple Watch.
Step #7. You will see a message reading –Sync Pending. It means music is being synced.
Now, you would have to wait until the music is synced successfully.
How to Play Music on Your Apple Watch
Step #1. In order to listen the synced playlist on your Watch, you would need to connect to Bluetooth headphones. To do so, put your Bluetooth headphones in pairing mode. You may require entering passkey or PIN.
Step #2. Go to Settings on your Apple Watch and turn on Bluetooth.
Step #3. Now, you will need to choose Bluetooth headphones and enter a passkey or PIN.
Step #4. Once you have paired your headphone with the watch; launch the Music app on your watch.
Step #5. Next up, press firmly on the screen to bring up options.
Step #6. Tap on Source.
Step #7. Tap on Apple Watch. Select you favorite song and enjoy music.