It would cause quite a headache

if Reminders and Calendar events stop syncing with your Apple Watch.

It happened to me in May for the first time in 3 years according to Murphy’s Law “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”. ‘Reset Sync Data’ solved the problem with my 1st gen Apple Watch and my iPhone 6s Plus.

Here’s what you can do to fix the problem.

First check the connection of the two devices.

• On your iPhone WiFi and Bluetooth should be enabled and the Apple Watch should appear under Settings – Bluetooth – My Devices.

• Then swipe up on your Apple Watch.

A green iPhone should be displayed top left.

If it’s red and the text ‘Disconnected’ appears your Apple Watch can’t connect via Bluetooth and WiFi. Restart your Apple Watch by holding down the Digital Crown and the Side Button simultaneously until the  logo appears.

If the problem persists
restart your iPhone.

How to restart your iPhone

If the problem persists
reset the incomplete memory which is used for synced data on your Apple Watch.

1 Open the Watch app on your iPhone.
2 Go to General – Reset and tap on Reset Sync Data.
3 Wait.

If the problem persists
buy a new iPhone and a new Apple Watch.

Apple will say “Thank you.”,
you will be a proud owner of the latest eLoot,
your bank consultant will possibly tell you “It’s over now.”.

Happy fixing.