Like any other watch, the Apple Watch has an option to set the clock ahead. Maybe you need some extra help getting to things on time, or perhaps your work clock is several minutes faster than real time. Whatever the reason, setting your Apple Watch ahead a few minute is simple!
How to set the time ahead on your Apple Watch
- Launch the Settings app on your Apple Watch.
- Tap on Time.
- Tap where it says +0 min.
- Use the Digital Crown to adjust how far ahead you want to set your Apple Watch.
- Tap on Set.
- Verify your change is what you want by referring to the current set time in the upper right-hand corner.
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