Supporting Every User with Accessibility

One of the most amazing things about the Apple Watch is how useful it is for people with disabilities. Much like the iPhone, you might think that a person with visual impairment would have serious difficulty using it. Even someone who has trouble reading small text would have difficulty with Apple Watch—it’s a small piece of glass (or sapphire) with no buttons on the surface and tiny text. However, watchOS includes some amazing accessibility features to help these users and others. From simple things, like making the text bigger onscreen or zooming in to the entire interface, to larger affordances like VoiceOver, which speaks the items onscreen using text-to-speech, the accessibility features of watchOS ...

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