Fix Siri Not Working After Upgrade To WatchOS 6, IOS 13

Posted: Jan 29 2020, 5:36pm CST | by , in Technology News

Fix Siri Not Working After Upgrade to WatchOS 6, iOS 13

Here is how to fix all Siri-related problems in your Apple Watch

Apple Watch is becoming one of the most famous wearable devices in the world, as Apple pivots away from smartphones and towards accessories and services. But recently, there have been a lot of complaints by users of Apple Watch in which they report that as soon as they updated their Apple Watch to WatchOS 6 and iOS 13, Siri stopped working smoothly.

Fix Siri Problems After Upgrading to WatchOS 6

Siri not working in Apple Watch problem includes instances when Siri takes several seconds before answering “hang on a minute” or “working on it.” After taking several seconds, Siri stills fails to complete the commands issued by the user. Because of this problem, users also report that Siri starts answering their question but cuts off in the middle and says “Lost the Connection, please try again later.” Another important thing to note here is that most of the Siri problems in Apple Watch arise when you are pairing your watch with iPhone SE.

Let’s see some of the ways to fix Siri problems in Apple Watch after WatchOS6 and iOS 13.

1- The best way to fix Siri not working in Apple Watch after WatchOS 6 and iOS 13 is to update your Apple Watch and iPhone. Apple has acknowledged that Siri issues after the WatchOS 6 upgrade is a known problem. The company fixed it in later releases. So as soon as an update is available, make sure to install and upgrade your devices.

2- Another temporary fix to solve Siri not working on Apple Watch is to pair your Watch and iPhone via Wifi. Most of the Siri issues arise when you pair the devices using Bluetooth. Again, this is part of a broader problem.

3- Almost all of the users who went to Apple stores for a fix were offered a replacement for their Apple Watch. The new Apple Watch works because it has the WatchOS 5.2.1 operating system. But as soon as the new watch is upgraded to WatchOS 6, Siri problems begin again. Therefore if you get a replacement, you will have to avoid upgrading to WatchOS 6 if you want Siri to work flawlessly.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/26" rel="author">Fahad Saleem</a>
Fahad Saleem is an experienced technology writer with special interest in Apple.




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