How to make your Apple Watch speak the time for you

According to Apple, it is one of the most forward-looking companies when it comes to accessibility. Despite its imperfections, it does a good job of it as well. It would be easy to think that something like an Apple Watch doesn’t offer much accessibility due to its small size, but you would be incorrect. In addition, the watch can be programmed to speak the time, regardless of which watch face is selected.

It’s really nice – and gorgeous too! Apple now offers a broader implementation of Disney watch faces with the ability to speak the time. You can easily set it up and use it. Now let’s get started.

How to make your Apple Watch speak the time for you

For the service to work, you will need to enable the feature called “Speak Time.”

  • To get started, head to the Apple Watch Settings app.
  • Swipe the screen or turn the Digital Crown to scroll down and tap “Clock”.
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  • Turn on “Speak Time”.
  • You must decide whether Silent Mode should be respected. Select “Control with Silent Mode” With this checkbox selected, the time will only be announced when Silent Mode is not active. Enable speak time if necessary.
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You only need that configuration. Now Let’s see how to use this feature.

How to use “Speak Time” feature on Apple Watch

You might be surprised at how easy it is to use the feature.You must use two fingers to tap and hold the Apple Watch screen. Try not to push yourself too hard.

It takes Siri about a second or so to tell the time.Using two fingers to tap and hold the screen, your Apple Watch will now tell you the time. That’s pretty cool, huh?

Apple Watch, iPhone, iPad, and Mac all have additional accessibility features that may be helpful to everyone. Learn more about them, and you are sure to find some to help you on a daily basis.

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