Apple Watch the Best Talking Watch Bargain

by teddletonmr

For both the physically active, and socially connected visually impaired person. The Apple Watch is quite possibly the best talking watch bargain on the low-vision device market.

In the 21st century as visually impaired people. We have come to expect, make that demand we get the most from today’s cutting-edge technologies. This is especially true when it comes to wearable devices such as a good indispensable talking watch.
After all, VIPs are living in a wonderful, ever-changing better, adaptive technology universe.
Expecting more from a talking watch than merely speaking the time should be a given. As expected the Apple Watch does much more than simply speak the time.
Exactly how much better is the Apple Watch as compared to the traditional, talking watch? How about we focus on 6 things the latest series Apple Watch does better for Visually impaired persons? Be they: dark blind, legally blind, or dealing with age-related low vision problems. We all can enjoy the benefits of the water-resistant, time-speaking Apple Watch.

1. Apple Watch Accessibility

 The accessibility feature known as VoiceOver, aka VO set up and turned on. The Apple Watch simply speaks the time  In several different languages. In addition to speaking the time. A voiceOver reads information that appears on the watch's face. 

series2. Apple Watch Series ES and Ultra

The Apple Watch entry-level watch Apple Watch-SE is inexpensive and has a WR50 water resistance rating. 

The new apple watch Ultra is water-resistance up to 100 meters. under ISO standard 22810:2010 and is EN13319-compliant. Making the Ultra the perfect choice for the VIP with a passion for fitness, sports, and the outdoor lifestyle.

Today’s Apple Watch provides several watch faces from which the wearer can choose. Stylish, customizable, easy to change, access, and use. 

3. Customized Watch Face Computations

Customized computations provide information pertinent to the individual VIPs' sense of style and information needs. Quickly and reliably via taps, swipes, and Bluetooth connections between devices. Such as the iPhone, AirPods Pro 2, and the Apple Watch. AKA, water-resistant talking watch, and wearable fitness tracker for indoor and outdoor activities. Communication device: send and receive phone calls, text messages, and emails. and much more.



For instance, check out:
  • Current weather conditions.
  • Messages.
  • Battery level and much more.
  • Find MY.
  • iPhone camera Shutter control.
  • Set reminders.
  • Use the Siri voice assistant. 

4 Bluetooth connectivity with a VIP’s iPhone.

Bluetooth connectivity with a VIP’s iPhone. Adds another dimension to the capabilities of the Apple Watch. Where each new watch's iteration improves the Apple Watch's capabilities. 

According to Apple, all iPhone models, second-generation AirPods Pro, and the Apple Watch Ultra support. Bluetooth 5.3.

This Bluetooth connectivity makes it possible for the VIP. Pair the Apple Watch with the AirPods Pro.

Pairing the Apple Watch with the AirPods Pro and Pro 2, provides added privacy and security for the VIP that uses VoiceOver in public spaces. 

5. Apple Watch the Wearable Fitness Tracker.

The Apple Watch is a wearable fitness tracker. The water-resistant and dust-resistant benefits are important for the VIP that enjoys a good workout in the pool, surf, gym, obstacle course, or on the hiking trail. The Apple Watch ultra is good for underwater snorkeling, scuba up to a depth of 100 m, climbing mountains, land navigation, set waypoints, and backtracking.

6. Siri voice assistant

Siri voice assistant. With Siri turned on and set up. Simply press and hold the digital crown, wait for a tone, and speak what you need the Apple Watch connects you to. Siri via Bluetooth 5.3 connections with the iPhone. Makes it easy to send and receive messages, check notifications, play music, change tracks, and much more. 

The much more depends on the individual VIPs' personal wants & needs.

Checking the weather, checking for and setting Reminders is easy just to list a couple of computations that are available and commonly put to good use on the Apple Watch.

For additional information on overcoming low vision, challenges, and the Apple Watch. Check out the legally blind geek, YouTube channel.

Make it a great day, teddletonmr.

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Updated: 01/17/2023, teddletonmr
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teddletonmr on 01/17/2023

DerdriuMarriner, Good question, thanks for asking. I believe the answer is located. Under language & Region on the Apple Watch settings folder on the iPhone. Select mirror iPhone when setting up and all common languages around the world are available.
Hope this helps, make it a great day...

DerdriuMarriner on 01/17/2023

The Apple Watch Accessibility information describes VoiceOver as available in "several different languages."

Which languages would those be?

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