The Apple Watch, the "smart" watch that Apple introduced in 2014, is a device that has untied the hands of many users iPhone, as it enables them to have access at any time in data of their iPhone, but without having to keep it on them. Specifically, when iPhone is turned off or out of range, Apple Watch can use a network Wi-Fi for Mission and receiving data. Also, if the watch has the relevant feature, you can connect it to a mobile phone network. Also, if you have configured an Apple Watch for a family member, that member may be using their mobile or Wi-Fi network connection with their watch. Apple Watch lets you manage your notifications without ever having to touch your iPhone. However, many times alerts accumulate and take up space in the "smart" device therefore you only want to delete them. How can you quickly delete all notifications on your Apple Watch?
Starting from Watch 7, Apple has changed the way all alerts are cleared. In the past, you had to press and hold Notification center to display the button Clear all. However, since watchOS 7 onwards, Apple has said goodbye to Touch 3D. This changes the process for clearing any notifications that have accumulated on your device.
First, you need to see the watch face on the Apple Watch and swipe down from the top screen to display the Notification center. If you use one application, tap and hold at the top of the screen, then swipe down.
A screen will then appear on your device screen list with all your notifications. If you tap and hold on the screen, nothing will happen. Swipe down to reach the top of this screen. You can also use digital Crown.
At the top Notification center, you will find a new button "Clear all". Click on it to immediately delete all notifications but also to close it Notification center.
By following these simple and quick steps and returning to the Notification Center, you will see the following on your screen: "Without notifications".