New in watchOS 3: Selecting Complications to Auto-Speak When Your Apple Watch Wakes

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In this podcast, David Woodbridge demonstrates how in watchOS 3 you can select one or more Complications to be spoken when you wake your Watch. Simply touch the complication, swipe up to “Enable Auto Speak," and double-tap. Repeat for any Complications you want. When you tap your Watch, it will now speak the time, followed by the complication(s) you've set to be auto-spoken. Use the same process to turn the feature off.



Submitted by KE7ZUM on Saturday, October 1, 2016

I cannot get this to work at all actually. I did everything correctly and for me this fails every single time.

Here is a demo explainign how I use it, a friend also said I did it right as well.

demo here

Submitted by Lielle ben simon on Sunday, October 2, 2016

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Hi K7zome, regarding to your question, autto speak doesn't working in all glances, I had noticed that there are complacation that it doesn't working with them. I don't think that it's a bug, but does to check with Apple Accessibility what's happends witth this, אנד to make sure the things with them.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Sunday, October 2, 2016

Well, being that the work out one doesn't even, well, work, I think that is a bit of a bug, either that or my watch shipped being a corrupted os.