The previous tutorial I explained, what are the reasons for Mac doesn’t auto unlock using apple watch? Here I again repeat short overview then ended with Turn off or Turn on auto open macOS Mojave from MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac.
Update your Mac system (macOS Mojave), and Apple watch with WatchOS 5 (Quite a tedious job, but you must do for try auto unlock).
Both Devices setup under the same Apple ID (You can check it on your Browser from icloud.com – setting menu)
Your Apple ID turns on for Two-factor authentication (Two step is different).
Apple Watch must be on your wrist, verify login password by raising your hand in front of your face.
Steps for Disable/ Enable or Turn on auto unlock macOS Mojave from Apple watch
Step1: Go to the Apple menu from the top right corner of the screen.
Step 2: Next, Click on System preference.
Step 3: Then, Security and Privacy option.
Step 4: Enable Checkbox – Allow your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac.
Disable or Turn off Auto unlock Mac using Apple watch
Repeat the same steps and above and uncheck “Allow your Apple watch to unlock your Mac.” Now every time you need to enter your Mac login password.
Above guide is the primary process for all Mac’s owner who wants disable/ Turn on auto unlock macOS Mojave using own apple watch, remotely.
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