How to use AssistiveTouch on Apple Watch | Apple Support

With AssistiveTouch in watchOS 8.3, you should utilize your Apple Watch with one-handed gestures you probably have issue touching the display screen or urgent the buttons. By pinching your fingers and clenching your fist, you possibly can reply calls, use your apps, and launch a menu of actions on Apple Watch Collection 4 and later.

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  1. Anthony says:

    Here’s the future! My take: This is a glimpse into the future UI for an AR/VR environment. Remember the various scenes in Minority Report. IMO, Apple focuses on getting it right for a segment of its customers with very specific needs. Mastering those features with them keeps the UI slightly behind the curtain while better enabling them to roll out the feature-set to the mainstream down the road. Imagine donning a pair of VR or AR glasses, wearing your AppleWatch and using your iPhone in-pocket as a processing and internet hub while you clench, finger touch, and swipe your way through an enhanced world.

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