Apple Watch Users Have Problems In Wi-Fi Connectivity, Playlist Sync, And Others
Since the Apple Watch has become available, users of the wearable have been complaining about several severe problems with the watch’s functionality.
People are reportedly facing troubles in connecting the Watch to Wi-Fi networks. Similarly, the Apple Watch is taking too long in playlist synchronization, and certain problems are being associated to the notifications, and more.
As observed by Tech Times, users are unable to connect the Apple Watch and iPhone to the same WiFi networks–something which Apple had promised.
The owners of the Apple Watch want to connect the watch to same WiFi where they already connect their iPhone to use the bundle of features which includes exchange of messages and usage of Siri without having to connect them through Bluetooth.
In addition to this, some of the Apple Watch owners are unable to sync playlists from iPhone. They have reported that either they can’t sync songs to the Apple Watch or the process is taking too much time.
Furthermore, some users have discussed the problems in receiving text and email notifications, saying that the notifications are not appearing on the Apple Watch. One user, who was facing this problem, has figured out how the issue can be resolved.
He said: “[I] have been experiencing issues try to get email and text notifications on my apple watch and noticed that if you go to the Apple Watch App then Notifications and select either Mail or Message. Now set the notification type to ‘custom’ and show Alert you should now get notifications on both your apple watch and iPhone at the same time…. or at least in my case.”
This is not the first incident when owners of the novice Apple device have reported issues. It has been a usual case with almost every gadget Apple debuts. When the Cupertino company commenced shipping iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it was said that the expensive iPhone was bending in the pockets of the users. Soon the company, however, rectified the issues with the smartphones.