The Apple Watch is a thing of beauty which everyone wants but it doesn’t hurt to switch up your style every now and again. Now you can easily change the band of your Apple Watch and refresh things up a little bit. Here’s the way how you can do it. It doesn’t matter whether you have a first generation Apple Watch or a Series 2, 3 or 4. As long as the sizes are compatible you can change the band quickly and easily to another. There are two sizes available when it comes to Apple Watchbands. Bands that are for 38mm and 40mm cases are compatible with each other and these two sizes are available now. Bands of larger cases, which come in at 42mm and 44mm, can also be mixed and matched in the same way.
How to remove your Apple Watchband?
- It’s always a good idea to remove your watch band over a flat surface or on your lap while sitting on the sofa or something similar to these cases. The last thing you want to do is drop the watch case whilst fiddling with the band.
- You want your watch band to be open when you do the next part, so take it off your wrist and undo the latch of the watch.
- Hold down the band release button and, keep pressing it, slide the band to one side and remove it.
- You can then slide in the new band which you want. You’ll hear a click voice when the new band is attached.
The process is a little bit different from other link bracelets, as they must be separated into two parts before they can be removed from the watch. To do this, fold in the butterfly closure one side until you hear a click.
Then, press one of the quick release buttons of the bracelets and hold it down to separate the band into two parts. Now you can use the band release button to slide out the band exactly as we described it above.