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To detach your band, follow the steps given below:
Before changing the band of your Apple Watch, make sure that the band that you have purchased ideally fits the size of your Apple Watch case. Make sure that the size is compatible with your watch. You can buy replacement bands for Apple watches of all series: 1, 2, 3, 4, and the Apple Watch SE, to name a few.
Bands for 38mm, 40mm, and 41mm apple watch cases are interchangeable, and bands for 42mm, 44mm, and 45mm are interchangeable.49mm case bands are replaceable with 44mm and 45mm case bands.
Change the Apple Watch band:
If you've got a single loop or a plaited single loop:
When putting on and taking off a single loop or plaited single loop, press out from the bottom of the watch band and wrap it around your wrist.
Making Use of the Milanese Loop:
The Milanese Loop was updated in 2018–2019, so you can remove the band by slipping the adhesive clip through the band's connection or hook. The clip-on early Milanese Loop models will not move through the hook.
How to Take Off Your Link Bracelet
Before taking off the wristband from the Apple Watch, you must break the link bracelet into two parts. When detaching the band, do not twist or push it. To prevent damaging the band or clip, follow the procedures below.
Never try to force a watch band into a spot. If there is no click, move the band towards the left and the right. If the watch band is attached correctly, it will not slide easily until you press the band eject button. If the band is still not locking, centre it and press it into alignment. Then, twist the band upwards and downwards. If the wristband on the Apple Watch is slipping, don't wear it.