Learn how to delete all but your preferred watch faces on the Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch has a lot to offer older people. This includes fall detection, heart rate monitoring, atrial fibrillation detection, and electrocardiogram recording. But if you are or you are helping someone who is of the generation where watches did nothing beyond telling the time, all these options can be overwhelming. Adding to the confusion is how easy it is to create and accidentally swipe between multiple watch faces. When this happens it can make it so the Apple Watch suddenly looks and works completely differently. If that’s an issue, here is what I recommend — use the Watch app to delete all but the preferred watch face. How? In the Watch app, go to Watch > My Watch, tap Edit to the right of My Faces ➊, tap the red delete button next to a face ➋, and then tap Remove ➌. I hope this tip helps!