Siri is an Apple useful digital assistant. It is used to do tasks via voice command. This feature helps users feel like that they are having a real person listening to their voice and obeying it entirely.
You can perform many quick tasks through Siri just by your voice mail like making calls, searching internet, playing the music, running or closing apps.
Easily press and hold the Home button, you can activate Siri, then you just speak out your commands and Siri will perform them.
Siri is a great feature to perform any tasks through voice commands on iPhone as well as Apple iWatch. At first, Siri works well but if the software command is not proper or the Siri language between Apple watch and iPhone is not similar, it also causes some issues with Siri. Here are some simple tips to help you stay away from this issue
Tip 1: Make sure you have Siri enabled on your iPhone if it has already been turned on, pause it for a few seconds and then try to enable it again.
Go to Settings -> general -> Siri -> Turn Siri on
Tip 2: If the connection between your Apple watch and iPhone has the issue, disable paring and then pair it again.
To make sure that pairing runs smoothly, you should keep your iWatch close to your iPhone. Here are some steps, which might be helpful to you.
Keep your iWatch and iPhone close->Open Watch app on iPhone->tap the mywatch->choose Apple watch-> tap on unpair Apple watch->tap again to confirm-> enter Apple ID password to disable activation lock if required.
Tip 3: Try to reset Apple watch
Tip 4: Check your iPhone and Apple watch to verify that both are using the same language.
Head to Apple watch on iPhone-> tap mywatch app-> general-> language-> region
Tip 5: The easiest way to come out from this issue is restart your iPhone and Apple watch then pair both back again.
To restart iWatch, press and hold the side button until you see the power of slider, drag the slider right to power it off. When you are ready to turn back on, press and hold the side button until the logo of Apple appears.
Tip 6: Turning on the airplane mode in Apple watch.
If all these tips do not work well, try to reset all settings on your iPhone.
To reset all settings, head to Settings > General > Reset > Reset all settings. Your previous settings and preferences will remove automatically but your data like songs and apps are not affected.
- Make sure your device has the internet connection.
- Make sure that there is no dirt in your iPhone microphone. If there is so much dirt, use brush with cotton swabs to clean the microphone or remove any protective cases and then you can use Siri again. Your Siri issue might be resolved.
Above are some simple ways to fix Siri not working on Apple Watch. If you get any other troubles, let us know by commenting below.