The world of wearable technology just witnessed the release of watchOS 10, Apple’s highly anticipated tenth iteration of its smartwatch operating system. Packed with exciting new features like Fast Charging, precise iPhone tracking, crash detection, enhanced cycling capabilities, Double Tap functionality, and on-device Siri, it promised to elevate the Apple Watch experience to new heights.
However, as is often the case with software updates, a few pesky bugs decided to join the party. These include issues like Weather Complication glitches, screen flickering quirks, low brightness woes for the Always-On Display, and an unconventional method for changing watch faces.
But perhaps one of the most frustrating concerns reported by users is the inability to play music from their iPhones using their Apple Watches. Even more perplexing, the ‘On iPhone’ option seems to have mysteriously vanished in the latest watchOS 10 update.
Dealing with Greyed Out Songs: A Workaround for Apple Watch Users
Imagine opening your Apple Watch, ready to listen to your favorite tunes from your iPhone library, only to find that all the songs are mysteriously greyed out, rendering them unplayable. Frustrating, right? Many Apple Watch users have encountered this issue after updating to watchOS 10.
So, is there a fix for this music playback bug? Unfortunately, as of now, the answer isn’t as straightforward as we’d like. The only workaround available involves using the Shuffle option to play your music. While this might not be the most convenient method, it’s currently the best option for those who want to enjoy their music on their Apple Watch.
As for official support from Apple, the developers have yet to acknowledge this issue or provide an estimated time for a fix. Rest assured, if there are any updates or resolutions from Apple in the future, we’ll be sure to keep you informed. In the meantime, if you’re facing this problem, the mentioned workaround is your go-to solution.