New to the Apple Watch and have some questions
i just paired my watch 4 yesterday, and i have questions.
my watch is with celular, and i get messages, whatsapp, and all notifacations on my phone to the watch.
i have c.p in my left hand, which means i'm doing everything with my right hand, the watch is on the left hand so i can control it with the right hand.
how can i put it on my hand, with no sighted asistance?
one more question, phone calls should arrive to the watch also?
third, what is walkie talkie and whats it heart and briv?
thanks for your help,
Hi Afik,regarding to the Heart rate this fiture that notify you when your hart beat rethem is to high or to low. Regarding your cp disability i haven't kno idiea how to put on the right hend with one hend.
thanks for your reply.
for now, the watch is charged and full, but i didn't find any idea to put it on my left hand with no asistance.
if you have any suggestions people, it will be nice.
There are several good podcast about using the watch in here by David. Just type on the search apple watch 101 or watch 101 and check them out.
where should it be?
on the applevis website?
i didn't found anything.
can you send a link to it please?
Hi Afik, don't know if this might help as I don't have CP myself but, using the Sport or Nike Sport band, I usually raise my left arm and sit the watch on my left wrist, while balancing, and using my right hand, guide the two sides of the band together, snap it in place and tuck the end into the other.
The Sport type bands have a metal pin at the end of one half of the band, with a hole next to it. When you snap the other half onto the pin, you can take the loose end and tuck it into the hole next to the pin.
With a bit of practice, I usually am able to do this all with my right hand while balancing the watch on my left wrist.
Hope this helps in any way!
Apple Watch 101: VoiceOver Gestures
Hi. I would suggest one of the loop type bands, since you can just slide the watch on your arm, then use your free hand to pull the other end of the band to the right length, then, depending on the loop, either use the magnet or velcro to fasten it.
Yeah, a sport loop might work. I have a sport loop and I love it! I'm thinking the new solo loops that got announced yesterday may work better for you though since I think they're presized to fit your wrist. You'd obviously need help with the tool that helps you pick the band size, but once you have the size you need you would probably be good to go.
I could be wrong though.