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Auto unlock not working? Here's how to fix it!

If your Apple Watch won't unlock your Mac, here are some fixes you can try! When Auto Unlock works, it's magical. You open or approach your Mac while wearing your Apple Watch and, instead of having to type in your — hopefully long, strong — password, it just logs you in. No fuss. No muss. But when it's not working — anger, frustration, blame, recriminations, and having to type in that — hopefully long, strong — password.
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