Watches are things that people like to put on their wrist and forget about. The Apple Watch is no different, except for the added functionality it offers. That's great when it works, but it's supposed to be when it's supposed to be.
The Apple Watch is on the market, and with the Apple Watch Series 4, Apple has upped the ante considerably. The problem is, they are getting smarter, they invariably start to suffer from the same kinds of software.
If you find yourself missing alarms, or even run-of-the-mill notifications from apps, that's no good.
Power Up Your Vibration
The Apple Watch has always offered two different levels of vibration. There is the standard option, and a more vigorous Prominent Haptics one. We much prefer the more noticeable version.
To start, open Settings on your Apple Watch and scroll down until you reach the bottom. Tap "Sounds & Haptics."
Next, beneath Haptic Strength, turn on the "Prominent Haptic" toggle.
The difference between the two is pretty noticeable, we think you'll agree. Restart Your Apple Watch
No matter how small and svelte it is, the Apple Watch is still a computer. That means that unfortunately, even today, it might benefit from a restart every now and again.
To restart your Apple Watch, press and hold the button until you see the Power Off slider appear on the screen
To complete the process, slide the "Power Off" slider all the way to the left.
Once your Apple Watch has turned off, turn it back on by pressing and holding the side button until the apple logo appears.
If any of these steps solve your problem, it may take time to reach out to Apple either via your local Apple Store, or the many other support channels available via the Apple Support app.