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Friday, 2 December 2016

How to cool your Apple Watch if it gets too hot

The Apple Watch is still an electronic device, like a kind of miniature laptop, with the difference that it is much smaller and has no built-in fan. This means that if warm up for whatever reason, can not automatically be refrigerated because it lacks fan.

But why the Apple Watch would heat up more than normal ?. It is a device that can be given much use throughout the day running under pressure, one of the main reasons why it can be heated. Performance is one of the things that people usually look when a device is hot, and in the case of Apple Watch if you do not use very often but still overheating, could be a good reason.

The Apple Watch is designed to work best at ambient temperatures ranging between 0º and 35ºC. On the other hand, it should be stored at ambient temperatures between -20º and 45ºC. If your Apple Watch gets too hot when you are charging you are not the only one, as several users have complained about this problem, and it is normal to warm up a bit, but not to do too much.

Prevent your Apple Watch from getting hot easily with this trick

First of all, I must say that Apple specifies very clearly that while charging the Apple Watch the adapter and charging cable should be in a well - ventilated area to avoid precisely overheating. That said, the steps that you must follow to make your smartwatch hot are:

  • Restart the Apple Watch pressing the side button until you see the off button appear on the screen. If you prefer, you can force the reset by pressing the off button and the digital crown until the apple logo appears on the screen.
  • Unplug the Apple Watch and let stand about 10 or 15 minutes after shutting down.
  • Then let the Apple Watch is loaded and do not use it for anything while connected to light.
  • If the watch remains with black screen after restart go to the Watch app on iPhone and sees Watch - General - Accessibility - VoiceOver on and off this feature.

In this way the Apple Watch should not overheat when connected to light. In case it continues to happen, we recommend that you contact Apple to try to solve the problem.

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