Basically, you can listen to music directly from Apple Watch without having to go through the iPhone.
Today, owning an Apple Watch smart watch is no longer too difficult. Besides the basic features of health, communication, the Apple Watch also offers the ability to store and play music like a real, independent iPod without needing an iPhone.
To simplify, the Apple Watch is equipped with a fixed storage capacity, allowing users to synchronize entertainment content for playback on wireless devices via Bluetooth connectivity. Therefore, if you want to play songs available on Apple Watch into Bluetooth speaker devices, it is possible without using iPhone to manipulate. As follows.
Step 1: Connect Apple Watch to iPhone and access the Watch app on iPhone.
On the My Clock tab, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Music.
Step 2: Click on the “Add music …” option
Select the albums and playlists you want to sync them to Apple Watch.
Step 3: After a while, check whether the music data is synchronized to Apple Watch by accessing the Music app.
These data when synchronized will be stored directly on the memory of Apple Watch.
Step 4: Once you have confirmed your music is located on the Apple Watch, to start connecting and playing music to a Bluetooth speaker, go to Settings> Bluetooth.
Apple Watch will scan for open Bluetooth devices around.
When you see your Bluetooth speaker device name appear in the list, click it.
If you see the words “Connected” appear, the process of pairing (or connecting) between Apple Watch and Bluetooth speaker device is successful.
Step 5: Now you exit the application screen and access the Music application on Apple Watch, select the song you want to play and press the Play button.
The songs will be played on the Bluetooth speaker device and you can proceed to select songs, transfer songs or mess up if you want.
Very simple and convenient right? Hope this article will be useful for you.