IT House September 25 News According to 9to5 Mac reported that Apple's iPhone 13/Pro series of new phones have been launched, a large number of users have been real and began to use.
However, the Apple Watch unlock feature is not valid for some new iPhone 13 Series users and displays an error message when trying to turn on the switch.
The feature was introduced as early as April as a convenient workaround to unlock your iPhone while wearing a mask.
To enable Apple Watch unlock, open the Settings app on your iPhone and look for face ID and password settings. Once you turn on the switch, the Apple Watch verifies the iPhone as long as the following criteria are met.
Face ID detects a mask or mask
Your Apple Watch is nearby
Your Apple Watch is on your wrist
Your Apple Watch is unlocked
Your Apple Watch has a password enabled
Once you enable this feature, the next time you wear the cover, the iPhone will automatically support Apple Watch unlock. When your iPhone is unlocked, you'll receive a haptic feedback notification on your Apple Watch that your iPhone is unlocked by the Apple Watch. Another option is to quickly "lock your iPhone" directly from the Apple Watch notification.
However, many users have recently tried to find that the feature cannot be enabled. The result of trying to open it displays an error message. IT Home netizen @0_null also encountered the problem.
"You can't communicate with the Apple Watch, make sure the Apple Watch is on your wrist and unlocked, and your iPhone is unlocked."
According to the netizen, Apple supports callbacks to say that at present, in addition to backing up the iPhone, and then restore the factory settings after the method of restore, waiting for the firmware!
Given that this seems to be a common problem, this may be that Apple needs to fix the bug with the next iOS update.