Apple Watch Series 3 Settings VoiceOver

Apple Watch Series 3 Settings
Apple Watch Series 3 Settings - Here is the Apple Watch Series 3 setup assistant guides you through a few simple steps to settings VoiceOver Apple Watch make it simple on your watch. You can follow this Apple watch 3 guide to settings the Digital Crown to turn either VoiceOver or Zoom. The New Apple Watch model with significant speed improvements, and all Apple. Get the ultimate guide here, to turn on or off, Zoom with a triple-click. To set the Accessibility Shortcut. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, go to General, Accessibility, Accessibility Shortcut, then choose VoiceOver or Zoom. It's easy to use the shortcut. Press the Digital Crown quickly three times. Triple-click the Digital Crown again to turn off the accessibility tracker feature.

Apple Watch Series 3 Settings VoiceOver

The VoiceOver helps you use Apple Watch even if you can’t see the display. Easy to use on simple gestures to move around the screen and listen as VoiceOver speaks each item you select. Apple Watch Series 3 Manual to turn on VoiceOver.
  • On Apple Watch 4, open the Settings app
  • Turn on General > Accessibility > VoiceOver.
You can also use iPhone to turn on VoiceOver for Apple Watch :
  • Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone,
  • Tap My Watch, then tap the VoiceOver option in General >Accessibility.
Or, use the Accessibility Shortcut. And there’s always Siri Apple Watch Series 3 :
“Turn VoiceOver on.”

Explore the Apple Watch Series 3 screen.
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Move your finger around on the display and listen as the name of each item you touch is spoken.
You can also tap with one finger to select an item, or swipe left or right with one finger to select an adjacent item. Swipe left or right, up or down with two fingers to see other pages. For example, swipe up with two fingers on the watch face to see glances, then swipe left or right with two fingers to see the different glances. You can go back on simple steps, gone down a path you didn’t expect. Do a two-finger scrub: use two fingers to trace a “z” shape on the display.

Act on an item.
With VoiceOver on, use a double tap instead of a single tap to open an app, switch an option, or perform any action that would normally be done with a tap.
Select an app icon or option switch by tapping it or swiping to it, then double-tap to perform its action.
For example, to turn VoiceOver off, select the VoiceOver button, then double-tap anywhere on
the display.

Apple Watch Series 3 Perform additional actions.
Some items offer several actions listen for “actions available” when you select an item. Swipe up or down to choose an action, then double-tap to perform it. (For example, when you select the watch face, you can swipe up or down to choose from go-toglances and go-to-notification-center actions.)

VoiceOver Pause or Stop Reading
To have VoiceOver stop reading, tap the display with two fingers. Tap again with two fingers to resume.
Apple Watch Series 3 Manual

Apple Watch 4 Manual Adjust VoiceOver volume.
  1. Double-tap and hold with two fingers, then slide up or down. Or,
  2. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch,
  3. Go to General > Accessibility >VoiceOver and drag the slider.
Adjust reading rate.
Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, then go to General > Accessibility > VoiceOver and drag the sliders.

Turn off the display. For privacy, turn on the screen curtain so no one can see what’s on Apple Watch while you use VoiceOver.
Open the Settings app on Apple Watch, then turn on General > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Screen Curtain.

Turn off VoiceOver.
Open the Settings app , go to General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then tap the VoiceOver button.
“Turn VoiceOver off.”

VoiceOver for Setup.
VoiceOver can help you set up your Apple Watch—triple-press the Digital Crown during setup.

Set up Apple Watch Series 3 using VoiceOver
VoiceOver can help you set up Apple Watch and pair it with your iPhone. To highlight a button or
other item, swipe left or right on the display with one finger. Tap to activate the highlighted item.
Set up Apple Watch Seires3 using VoiceOver
  1. If Apple Watch isn’t on, turn it on by holding down the side button (below the Digital Crown).
  2. On Apple Watch, turn on VoiceOver by triple-clicking the Digital Crown.
  3. Swipe right or left on the display to choose a language, then double-tap to select it.
  4. Swipe right to highlight the Start Pairing button, then double-tap.
  5. On iPhone, turn on VoiceOver by going to Settings, General, Accessibility, VoiceOver.
  6. To open the Apple Watch app, go to the iPhone Home screen, swipe right to select the Apple Watch app, then double-tap.
  7. To get iPhone ready to pair, swipe right to select the Start Pairing button, then double-tap. The "Hold Apple Watch up to the Camera" screen appears.
  8. To try automatic pairing, point the iPhone camera at the watch from about 6 inches away. When you hear the pairing confirmation, you can skip to step 14. If you have difficulty, you can try manual pairing, steps 9 through 13.
  9. Swipe right to select the Pair Apple Watch Manually button, then double-tap.
  10. On Apple Watch, find your Apple Watch ID: swipe right to the Info About Pairing Apple Watch Manually button, then double-tap. Swipe right once to hear the unique identifier for your Apple Watch sereies 3 it’ll be something like “Apple Watch 52345”.
  11. On iPhone, select your Apple Watch: swipe right until you hear the same Apple Watch identifier that was just displayed on Apple Watch, then double-tap.
  12. To get your pairing code, on Apple Watch, swipe right until you hear the six-digit pairing code.
  13. Enter the pairing code from Apple Watch on iPhone using the keyboard. When pairing succeeds, you hear “Your Apple Watch is paired.” If pairing fails, tap to respond to the alerts, then Apple Watch and the Apple Watch app on iPhone reset so you can try again.
  14. When pairing is complete, on iPhone, swipe right to the Set Up Apple Watch button, then double-tap.
  15. To choose your wrist preference, swipe right on the Wrist Preference screen to select Left or Right, then double-tap.
  16. Review the terms and conditions, swipe right on the Terms and Conditions screen to select Agree, then double-tap. Select and double-tap Agree in the alert that appears.
  17. To enter the password for your Apple ID, swipe right to the Enter Password button, double-tap, then enter the password for the Apple ID you use on your iPhone. Then double-tap the Return key in the lower-right corner of the keyboard.
  18. To choose a Location Services option, swipe to your choice, then double-tap.
  19. To choose a Siri option, swipe to your choice, then double-tap.
  20. To create an Apple Watch passcode, swipe right on the Passcode screen to select Create a Passcode, then double-tap. On Apple Watch Series 3 , enter a four-digit passcode of your choice, then reenter to confirm. Swipe, tap, or drag your finger around the display to select a number, then double-tap.
  21. On Apple Watch, choose whether to unlock Apple Watch when you unlock iPhone.
  22. To choose whether to install additional apps on Apple Watch, swipe to highlight Install All or Choose Later on iPhone, then double-tap.
Apple Watch Series 3 Tutorial syncs with iPhone.
This takes a few moments, swipe to Sync Progress on iPhone to hear progress. When you hear “sync complete” Apple Watch is ready to use, displaying the watch face. Swipe left or right to explore watch series3 features.
Apple Watch Series 3 Settings

Apple Watch Series 3 Basics Settings with VoiceOver
  1. Change the watch face. While viewing the current watch face, firmly press the display, then swipe left or right with two fingers to browse available faces. When you find one you like, double-tap to select it.
  2. Customize a watch face. While viewing the watch face, firmly press the display, swipe down to choose Customize, then double-tap. Swipe left or right to browse the customizable features. Turn the Digital Crown to customize the selected feature. When you finish, press the Digital Crown, then double-tap the face to save your changes.
  3. Check notifications. While viewing the watch face, swipe down with two fingers.
  4. Check glances. While viewing the watch face, swipe up with two fingers.
  5. Hear the time when you raise your wrist. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, go to General, Accessibility, VoiceOver, then turn on Speak on Wrist Raise.
  6. Open an app. With the watch face showing, press the Digital Crown once to go to the Home screen. Swipe left or right, tap, or drag your finger to highlight an app, then double-tap to open it. Or have Siri open it for you: hold down the Digital Crown until you feel the double tap, then say “launch” followed by the app name (for example, “launch Mail”).
  7. Read mail. With the watch face showing, press the Digital Crown once to go to the Home screen. Swipe to highlight the Mail app, then double-tap (or hold down the Digital Crown, then ask Siri to “launch Mail”). When the Mail app opens, swipe left or right to read messages.
Next Apple Watch 3, Ask Siri for assistance. Press and hold the Digital Crown. When you feel the vibration or see the sound waves at the bottom of the display, speak your request, then release the Digital Crown. To refine a request or ask something new, just hold down the Digital Crown again, speak, then release the Digital Crown. When you’re finished, press the crown to dismiss Siri Advertisement