Going to a local cinema offers an opportunity for leisure. However, if you're wearing an Apple Watch you may find yourself spending half the time staring at its screen. Why? Every time you raise your wrist, you unknowingly end up waking the screen. Luckily, there’s an Apple Watch Theater mode that takes care of this involuntary behavior. Read on to find how to use this feature.
How to switch to Apple Watch Theater Mode?
By switching to Theater Mode, you can put the notifications sound on mute and disable waking the screen when raising your wrist. This way you can not only gift yourself the silence from unwanted distractions but also avoid creating a nuisance for others. Here are the steps to help you enable Apple Watch Theater Mode.
- Wakeup the screen by raising your wrist.
- Enter the Passcode to unlock it.
- Swipe up from the bottom to go to the Control Center.
- look for the Theater Mode icon.
- Tap the icon to enable the feature.
Let's cover the above steps in a bit of more detail!
On your Apple Watch, make sure you’re on the Watch face.
Wake up the screen by raising your wrist and enter the passcode to unlock it.
Next, swipe up from the bottom to bring up Control Center.
Tap on the Theater Mode icon (looks like a theater icon, with the two masks).
The mode will be enabled.
When the Theater Mode is enabled, its icon will become visible on the Watch’s display. Plus, your Apple Watch will go silent and its screen will become dark. Even if you raise your wrist, the action will not wake the display.
To wake your Apple Watch and disable the Theatre mode momentarily, you’ll need to tap the screen or press either the Digital Crown or side button.
Theater mode not working in Apple Watch?
This issue can be easily fixed through the Watch App on iPhone. Head to the Settings, scroll down to General > select Wake Screen.
Thereafter, simply enable the toggle for 'Wake Screen on Wrist Raise'.
Hope this helps!
For more information, you can visit Apple.com.