It seems that some users would be experiencing a problem of reboots with the new Apple Watch Series 4Although it is not a general problem, it is true that several reports are coming to light from users who complain about the failure.
For now another of the problems that are being reported on the network with the new Apple watch refers to recent time change in Australia, which also affected several owners of this device with the odd reset of the clock for no apparent reason. This at first seems timely and does not affect all users of the smart watch, but soon we will have a time change in Europe and it could be that the failure is repeated, we will see what happens.
The error in case of constant restart and according to what we can read in some media is solved directly by changing the time of our clock manually, but this is not a solution to the problem of automatic time change either. At the end of October we will change the time here and it could be that we see these reboots on the Apple Watch. There is no talk of previous models, if it is a model with LTE or without, so we cannot say that it is in all models ...
It does not happen to everyone, calm down
And it is that it does not seem a general problem in all the Apple Watch Series 4 models that have been sold, which are millions around the world. Apple for its part does not comment on any of these failures or restarts so we imagine that these are specific cases that do not affect everyone.
My personal case that I have been with the new Apple Watch Series 4 since last Friday afternoon, is that it has not been restarted even once and obviously I do not want to say that this does not happen, but it seems that it is rather a specific failure of some unit of the clock. In the event that this is a widespread failure, Apple is sure to launch a new version of software or a replacement program, but we have already said that at the moment it does not seem necessary. Do you have an Apple Watch Series 4? Did it ever reboot by itself?