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That's odd - it should appear in the list of apps that are using your location services, below the setting for turning location services on or off (screenshot below).It may not be alphabetical - notice how my "Weather" app is at the top - so you may need to look carefully. I think where trouble began was my i Phone crashing on me just before I left for my trip.In a worst-case, you can try resetting the i Phone ("reset location and privacy" or "reset settings" should be good enough, no need to clear content), but before you do that I would fiddle with other settings to try to get the watch to communicate with the phone correctly. I did a Reset All Settings, and that was only a temporary fix.My i Phone 6 Plus is new and I should have taken the time to do a fresh install of apps versus a restore from backup.When airplane mode is turned off on both the watch and the phone, then the watch should get the new location and adjust the time zone.I am new to the Apple watch (series 2) and have only had it for a couple of days.
Question is, how do I get the Apple Watch to automatically sync time zones with my i Phone 6 so it displays as the main time?
I know this may be a bit late but I had the same problem after travelling to a new time zone - my i Phone 6S Plus updated automatically but my Watch did not. I'm not sure this will help, but it's worth checking - on your i Phone, go to the Settings app, tap "Privacy" and then "Location Services".
After reading this thread and not finding an answer as I also followed the steps, I decided to "Power Off" the watch and turn it back on. Make sure that Location Services are turned on (the top setting) and also scroll down until you find "Apple Watch Faces" and make sure that's turned on as well.
Step 2: Click Date & time to see all date and time related settings.
Step 3: Under the Time zone section, make sure that your time zone is selected.