Hello all! I recently picked up a Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE, and I noticed that while I'm home, after I get out of Bluetooth range from my iPhone, my watch switches to it's LTE connection. I find this very annoying, as it quickly drains the watch's battery, and I was under the impression that watchOS was supposed to differ to WiFi when you get out of bluetooth range, before switching to LTE. I did a little more digging, and it looks like my Apple Watch has *never* been connecting to my WiFi network, possibly because my home network uses WPA2 Enterprise (username & password / 802.1X) auth for WiFi connections. Anyone else have a WPA2 Enterprise protected network and an Apple Watch? I can't find any info on Apple's website about what wifi auth standards are supported by watchOS, and all the reddit threads and things of that nature are on the subject are from 2015. This is my first Apple Watch and I've never used a watchOS before, so forgive my ignorance if this is a well documented issue / some obvious setting I just haven't discovered yet. The watch is running watchOS 4.2, and my iPhone / MacBook Pro are both connected to this WiFi network pretty much constantly, and the necessary credentials are stored on my iCloud Keychain.