A novelty allowed by iOS 16 and watchOS 9 is a reflection of the Apple Watch: in other words, the ability to control the Apple Watch from the iPhone, exploiting it within the scope of the phone’s auxiliary functions, such as “Switch control”, an option that in some areas (for example for demos ) and for some users with motor or visual difficulties, this may be interesting.
By replicating the Apple Watch, you can control the Apple Watch using the iPhone’s assistive features, such as voice control and switch control, and use inputs such as voice commands, voice actions, head tracking, or foreign keys designed on the iPhone instead of touch. Monitor.
Below, we see how it is done, given this option in question Only works with Apple Watch 6 and later
- Open Settings on iPhone and select Accessibility
- From here choose “Apple Watch Duplication” and then activate “Apple Watch Duplication”.
- The Apple Watch screen is duplicated on the iPhone and at this point the gestures can be used on the duplicate image.
Apple Watch screen now duplicated on iPhone; You can use gestures on the duplicate photo: swipe (up or down), scroll between screens (swipe left or right), press the Digital Crown (by pressing the side key on the screen), use Siri (by pressing and holding the Digital Crown on the screen) .
Apple Watch mirroring is available on Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch Series 7, and Apple Watch Series 8.
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