Check Control Center status Icons at the top of Control Center give you information about the status of common settings on your Apple Watch. For example, a series of small icons may indicate that your Apple Watch is connected to your iPhone, Airplane mode is on, and your location has been requested by an app.
A Closer Look at the Apple Watch Control Center Icons
iPhone Connection & Location Tracking on Apple Watch If the icon is red and there is a diagonal line through it, your phone is disconnected. If you see the Wi-Fi symbol instead of a phone, this means that your iPhone is disconnected but your Apple Watch is connected to Wi-Fi.
Orientation Lock Icon When the background turns white, and the lock and arrow turn red, this means you've turned the Portrait Orientation Lock on. That means your screen will not turn on its side when you turn your iPhone on its side.
Control Center gives you an easy way to check your battery, silence your watch, choose a Focus, turn your Apple Watch into a flashlight, put your Apple Watch in airplane mode, turn on theater mode, and more.
Swipe up to check your battery, connect to headphones, silence your watch, and more.
Swipe down on your iPhone to get Control Center. Next, tap on the Hearing ear icon - which will be showing you the constantly changing volume levels in your environment. Now tap Live Listen On. To turn it off, you tap Live Listen On.
A Bell Icon appears in every view in the system. The number next to the icon indicates the number of new notifications in Control Center since the last time you visited. Selecting the bell icon brings up the Preview Panel which lets you preview new items and expose quick actions.
Rearrange Control Center
To do this, slide down from the top of the phone screen. You will see the Control Center at the top and the Notification Centre below. Tap at the top right to see other Control Center icons. To change or rearrange the shortcuts, tap and drag the icon to your preferred position.
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That crescent moon indicates that your Apple Watch is in Do Not Disturb mode. That means that you won't see any notifications or alerts on your Apple Watch until you choose to turn that setting off. Our guide below will show you how to change the watch's Do Not Disturb mode setting from both the watch and your iPhone.
The symbol of a charging cable indicates that the watch battery is still low and requires charging. Try charging your watch again for at least 2.5 hours.
When your watch face shows a red phone symbol with a line through it, this means that your Apple Watch is disconnected from your iPhone: Disconnections are normal and will happen whenever the devices are taken out of range of each other.
Slightly more familiar is the airplane icon, which means you've got your Apple Watch in Airplaine Mode. WiFi will be turned off but non-wireless features will remain available. Like Do Not Disturb, you can turn Airplane Mode on or off by swiping up from the bottom of the screen to access Glances.