How to restore Apple Watch software with an iPhone running iOS 15.4

Apple’s current and previous iPhone iterations are now breathing the all-new iOS 15.4 software. iOS 15 already brought a slew of features last year, and the latest update just adds up to the list with a bunch of exciting features that iPhone users would love to use.

As pointed out by many, iOS 15.4 is a noteworthy refresh that brings relief for mask-wearing Sheeples (pun intended). In addition, iPhone users will now get a new voice for Siri, it is currently limited to users residing in America, but the new one which is designed to be more gender-neutral is a welcoming change.

Another interesting factor is the Apple Watch firmware restoration that can be done with an iPhone running the latest software. Apple updating its support article mentioned a simple yet useful workaround on how to fix the Apple Watch if it crashes during the update. In case you have an Apple Watch and are wondering if some issue pops up while updating, here’s what you can do.

How to restore Apple Watch firmware from an iPhone running iOS 15.4

As per the support page, if your “Apple Watch with watchOS 8.5 or later displays an animation showing a watch and iPhone being brought close together” follow this guide-

-Ensure that your iPhone is nearby. Apple notes that the iPhone needs to have the latest iOS 15.4 software and needs to be connected to WiFi.

-Bluetooth of both devices should be turned on and needs to be unlocked.

-Then double-click the side button on your Apple Watch to start the restore process.

Apple, however, cites that even the new tool may not be able to recover the Watch. In this scenario, the watch will show a red exclamation mark icon. In that case, you will have to take your Apple Watch to an Apple Store or authorised repair shop to fix it.