When you create a backup of your Apple Watch, it is locally stored on your iPhone. If you do not make sync your photos and music, the backup of your Apple Watch is hardly of few hundred kilobytes which is nothing especially for people who are careful with their memory. You can restore your Apple Watch backup several time and it won’t cost you much in terms of memory.
The best thing is that you can create a backup of your Apple Watch either on iTunes or iCloud. Doing this will automatically create a backup on your computer as well. Since the backup isn’t going to be a big file, so it is pretty easy to store it anywhere you like.
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If you have enabled the regular update feature, that is either a backup is automatically created or you tend to create it after regular intervals, you can always choose which backup to use when backing up your device. However, if you think the old backups have become absolute and you no longer need them, you can always delete them. In this article, we are going to teach you how to delete old Apple Watch Backups.
How to Delete Old Apple Watch Backups
- The first step is that you launch the Settings App on your iPhone.
- Now you need to look for General and tap on it. From there, tap on the iPhone Store option. You would have to wait for some time for the data to load.
- Then, scroll down and look for the Watch Section. Once you find it, tap on it and you will be able to see the previous Apple Watch backups under the Documents and Data Session.
- The fourth steps is that you swipe from right to left in order to delete a certain backup. In case you want to remove all backups, simply tap on the Remove All Backups option.
That is it, you are good to go now. We hope this article helped, if you still face any problem. Please do let us know, we will be more than happy to help.
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