After updating to iOS 14.6 and watchOS 7.5, Apple Watch Series 3 owners who update their devices to the newer watchOS versions will be prompted to unpair and pair their Apple Watch from their new iPhone during the update process due to a bug. limited storage space
The GPS-only version of Apple Watch Series 3 has 8GB of internal storage, which limits the amount of space available for software updates. And Apple’s solution to this problem is to wipe Apple Watch Series 3 and restart from backup anytime. An update is required.
such as 9to5Mac As pointed out prior to the iOS 14.6 update, Apple Watch Series 3 owners who attempted to install the new watchOS version were still experiencing insufficient storage space to download and install new software.
Instead of requiring users to clear apps and media from their Apple Watch, iOS 14.6 prompts users to take additional steps to unpair and re-pair. “To install the watchOS update, unpair your Apple Watch and pair it again in the Apple Watch app on your iPhone” reads a pop-up that Apple Watch Series 3 owners receive below. but show in portuguese
It’s worth noting that prior to this update, Apple recommended unpairing and re-pairing for Apple Watch Series 3 owners experiencing issues. But now it seems to be part of the installation process.
Considering the age of Apple Watch Series 3, limited storage space. It is likely that Apple is planning to end production of the Apple Watch Series 3, with the new Apple Watch likely to be released later this year. Apple is still selling it as an option. economical price But we don’t recommend buying more than the Series 6 or Apple Watch SE, both of which have much newer technology.