Apple Watch User Guide
- What’s new
- Apps on Apple Watch
- Open apps
- Organize apps
- Get more apps
- Tell time
- Status icons
- Control Center
- Use Focus
- Adjust brightness, text size, sounds, and haptics
- See and respond to notifications
- Change notification settings
- Manage your Apple ID
- Use shortcuts
- Set up Handwashing
- Connect Apple Watch to a Wi-Fi network
- Connect to Bluetooth headphones or speakers
- Hand off tasks from Apple Watch
- Unlock your Mac with Apple Watch
- Unlock your iPhone with Apple Watch
- Use Apple Watch without its paired iPhone
- Use your Apple Watch with a cellular network
- Blood Oxygen
- Camera Remote
- Now Playing
- Voice Memos
- About Wallet
- Apple Pay
- Set up Apple Pay
- Make purchases
- Send, receive, and request money with Apple Watch (U.S. only)
- Manage Apple Cash (U.S. only)
- Use Wallet for passes
- Use rewards cards
- Pay with Apple Watch on Mac
- Ride transit
- Use your driver’s license or state ID
- Use digital keys
- Use COVID-19 vaccination cards
- World Clock
- Set up Apple Watch using VoiceOver
- Apple Watch basics with VoiceOver
- Apple Watch Mirroring
- Control nearby devices
- Use a braille display
- Use a Bluetooth keyboard
- Tell time with haptic feedback
- Adjust text size and other visual settings
- Adjust motor skills settings
- Set up and use RTT
- Accessibility audio settings
- Use accessibility features with Siri
- The Accessibility Shortcut
Remove music from Apple Watch
If you’re running out of room to store music on your Apple Watch, you may want to remove the music that was automatically added to your watch or music that you no longer listen to.
Note: To see how much music is stored on your Apple Watch, open the Settings app on your Apple Watch, then go to General > Storage. You can also open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap My Watch, then go to General > Storage.
Remove music using your iPhone
Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
Tap My Watch, tap Music, then do any of the following:
For music you’ve added: Tap Edit, then tap next to the items you want to remove.
For music that was automatically added: Turn off Recent Music or other music automatically added to your Apple Watch.
Note: Music you’ve recently played won’t be automatically added to Apple Watch until you turn on Recent Music again.
Music you remove from your Apple Watch remains on your iPhone.
Remove music using your Apple Watch
If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you can remove music directly on Apple Watch, whether it was added automatically or you chose to add it.
Open the Music app on your Apple Watch.
Tap Library, scroll down, tap Downloaded, then tap Playlists or Albums.
Swipe left on a playlist or album, tap , then tap Remove.
The music is removed from your Apple Watch and from all other devices that use the same Apple ID.
Note: You can also remove individual songs. If you swipe left on a song, tap , tap Remove, then tap Delete, the song is removed from your Apple Watch and from all other devices that use the same Apple ID.