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Until Apple decides to make it simpler this is the only way not to lose everything we have on the clock when switching from iPhone.
We, certainly, before the dates in which more iPhones sold and consequently in which more people upgrade from one to another. So far the process was quite simple, or set up as new or restored backup from iCloud or iTunes, but after the arrival of Apple Watch things got complicated. If you do not mind losing anything the process remains as simple as before (set everything like new), but if you want everything to remain as it was the thing is a bit complicated and you have to follow a few steps:
We must bear in mind that while not move the backup of our current iPhone will not be able to use the new Apple Watch, at least not with our data, so if we’re going to spend a few days without moving until the new we can not use the watch normally.
Undoubtedly This is not the most comfortable and intuitive way to do it, but if It is the only one we have until Apple decides to offer an alternative better . It’s clear that Apple Watch depends 100% iPhone (something Apple considered an accessory), however I can not understand how the only way to make a copy is unlinking the clock (and thus erasing) and above that copy is not saved to iCloud directly. It is things like this that the Watch is still in its infancy, so hopefully for watchOS > 3 go solving these shortcomings.