Once you set the alarm on your iPhone, it sounds on your Apple Watch too. A lot of times, that could be enough for several owners. However, if you leave your iPhone in a locker, and you are far away from it when it sounds, the Watch will not help.
Want instructions that will make it happen seamlessly? See our breakdown below:
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How to set an alarm on Apple Watch with Siri
- Raise your wrist.
- Say these words, “Hey, Siri, set an alarm for…” and name your preferred time.
- Or say “Hey, Siri, set an alarm called…” and say your preferred time and name for it.
- Confirm that Siri revealed a green “ON.” toggle.
That final part is key as the very last thing Siri shows users on their Apple Watch screen after setting an alarm is “OK” or “I’ve done that,” plus an on/off toggle. Just make sure it is on.
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