What to do if the Apple Watch does not turn on and overheats? Final solution

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The Apple Watch is one of the devices more innovative and intelligent, as any smart device can lead or generate some type of failure which can result from overuse or from the charger, battery or device itself. That's why it's important to know how much battery you have left. Here we show you how to activate the battery saving mode.

The Apple Watch is one of the smartest and most practical watches on the market, but they don't always work as they should. Like any device, it can exhibit some kind of failure either on its screen, on its operating system or even on its battery, bringing with it daily failures and annoyances for its carriers.



What to do if the Apple Watch does not turn on?

If the screen is completely black and the buttons are not responding to any interaction, it is most likely turned off or the battery is insufficient. First we have to press the side button and wait if Apple Watch turns on otherwise we will have to restart our Watch.

To restart it, you have to press the side button and the Digital Crown for a few seconds until you see the Apple apple on the screen. In some cases, it's usually the battery that can fail, causing more damage to your Apple Watch device.

If so, the solution would be to go straight to change the battery of your Apple Watch. Go to the nearest specialized technical service and change it. Try to always keep the operating system of the device up to date (remember that it is important to update iPhone and iPad devices to the latest version), optimize the device and use it in the power saving mode.


If the error occurs when your Apple Watch is charged, the first thing you should do is check if your Apple Watch device is connected properly. If it is the charger where this fault occurs, it would be best to change it at one of the nearest shops.


Common problems are when charging your Apple Watch, usually it is that the charger is damaged. If your Apple Watch device still won't turn on or still won't charge, the problem could be a fault or to a component of your Apple Watch.

What to do if the Apple Watch overheats?

The Apple Watch is still a miniature portable device with the only difference that it doesn't have a built-in fan. Since it doesn't have a fan, this can cause the overheating of your Apple Watch for any reason of use and will not be able to cool down as a fan is missing.

One of the reasons why our Apple Watch device tends to get hotter than normal it could be due to constant use during our days. There could be a good reason why your Apple Watch device overheats and ends up having no performance.

Apple always specifies clearly how you should charge your Apple Watch which should be placed in an area well ventilated to prevent it from overheating exactly. When you're done charging, let it sit for 10-15 minutes after turning off your Apple Watch.


Let your Apple Watch charge and don't use it while it's charging after charging, let it sit and go to the Watch app on your iPhone. At the entrance, select the general option, then «Accessibility» and turn off the VoiceOver option, wait a few minutes and turn it on.

This way your Apple Watch would have good performance and shouldn't overheat when it is in full operation. If the overheating problem persists, we recommend that you contact Apple Inc service so that they can fix this problem on your Apple Watch.


Apple Watch is designed to work optically a temperatures between 0 and 35 ° C (32 and 95 ° F). Your Apple Watch does not have to stay near a direct range of the child for long periods when it is not in use avoid leaving it in the car on hot days. Finally, you have to keep in mind that Apple operates an efficient protection system for all of its devices.

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