How are you supposed to see everything you need to on your Apple Watch screen in just 15 seconds? With extended wake times, you can keep your screen on longer.

By default, the display on will go to sleep after 15 seconds. If you want to see a bit more of your face, however, you can change the amount of time it takes for your to go back to sleep after you tap the .

Keep in mind: The longer your stays on, the more battery life you will use. That said, I have my set for a longer wake time, and I haven’t seen it impact my battery life in any noticeable way.

How to set the longer wake time for

Sometimes, 15 seconds is just not long enough to read everything you need to on the Apple Watch screen. Give yourself some time by adjusting this feature.

On your Apple Watch, press the Digital Crown to select the Home screen.Tap the Settings app.

Scroll down and tap General.

Opening the Settings app on Apple Watch

Tap Wake Screen.

Scroll down and tap Wake for 70 Seconds.

Setting the wake extension on Apple Watch

The extended time will only work when you tap the screen to wake it. When you raise your wrist to wake the screen, it will still shut off after 5 seconds.

How to set the longer wake time for Apple Watch from your iPhone

You don’t have to make this settings change on your tiny Apple Watch screen. You can make the same adjustments from your iPhone instead.

On your iPhone, open the Watch app.

Tap General.

Opening the Watch app on iPhone

Scroll down and tap Wake Screen.Tap Wake for 70 Seconds.

Setting the wake extension for Apple Watch on iPhone

Questions about the wake time feature on Apple Watch?

Is there anything specific you want to know about the extended wake time on Apple Watch? Do you know any secret tips? Let us know in the comments.

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