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Apple releases a video showing how to use hand gestures to move around in the Apple Watch

NS Apple watch It has a responsive touch screen that makes it easy to operate the device. But let’s say there are obstacles that make using the touch screen difficult or impossible. Apple Released today a video showing how to add hand gestures to watchOS and enable a feature called AssistiveTouch.
This feature is compatible with Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 6 and above. The clock must be running watchOS 8 or later. This feature can be turned on using the accessibility settings on your Apple Watch, or turned on using an iPhone running iOS 15 or later.In the latter case, open the clock app on your handset and go to Accessibility >> >> AssistiveTouch Switch the function on.

When this feature is enabled, you can customize the settings to increase the contrast and customize the menu.[ハンドジェスチャ]Tap the toggle to turn on the feature and even customize the gesture to suit your needs. By default, pinching will take you to the next item on the screen. You can get one item back with a double pinch.

If you want to select the item that is currently highlighted, squeeze the fist quickly. Double Clench activates AssistiveTouch and opens the action menu. From the action menu, you can perform more complex actions such as scrolling or pressing the digital crown.

If you forget the functionality of each gesture, you can always return to the accessibility menu on your Apple Watch for a quick review. Or why not bookmark this story in your browser so you can see it when you need it?

Apple releases a video showing how to use hand gestures to move around in the Apple Watch

https://www.phonearena.com/news/learn-how-to-use-assistivetouch-on-apple-watch_id136872 Apple releases a video showing how to use hand gestures to move around in the Apple Watch

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