Since the Apple Watch can be connected to your iPhone via Bluetooth, the notifications you receive on your phone will automatically be transferred to your smartwatch as well.
When notifications are received on your Apple Watch, they usually make a ringing noise. However, this can be inconvenient at times, since the ringing noise might cause distractions while you’re in a meeting, per se.
Hence, getting the Apple Watch to vibrate only, instead of constantly hearing ringing notifications might be the perfect solution.
In the article below, we’ll teach you how to turn the ringing notifications on your Apple Watch with a step-by-step guide.
In order to activate the vibration feature, you need to make adjustments to the ‘Haptic Alerts’ feature, and adjust the strength of the vibrations. If the vibrations are not strong enough, you might not notice the notifications coming through.
Note: If you usually notice incoming phone calls and messages from your Apple Watch, bear in mind that the vibrations might not be strong enough and you might not notice them.
If you make the adjustments listed below, you will set your Apple Watch to stop making ringing noises when you’re receiving calls.
Note: Turning off ‘Haptic’ under both ‘Alerts’ and ‘Calls’ will technically put your watch in ‘Silent Mode’. You won’t receive any type of buzzing or ringing for calls, notifications, or text messages.
After finishing the steps mentioned above, your Apple Watch will stop making any type of chiming sounds.
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