Your Apple Watch automatically uses the same display language as your iPhone, so if you want to keep the two devices in sync – both using the same language – you should change the language on your phone, and the change will apply to your watch as well.
To change the language on your iPhone, see our article, “How to change the language on your iPhone, and separately change the language that Siri speaks and understands.”
Here’s how to make the change.
1. Start the Watch app on your iPhone.
2. Tap “General.”
3. Tap “Language & Region.”
4. Tap “Custom.” You should see “new option” appear on the page.
5. Tap “Watch Language.” On the Watch Language page, tap the language you want to switch to.
6. In the pop-up, tap to confirm you want to change to the selected language. Your watch will take a few minutes to update to the new language.
After you add a watch language, it’ll appear in the section called Preferred Language Order. To change the language to one of the languages in this list, tap “Edit” at the top of the screen and drag the language you want to use to the top of the list. Or, to return to the same language as your phone, set the Language & Region back to “Mirror my iPhone.”
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