How to use screen zoom on Apple Watch

The screen resolution on the Apple Watch Series 4 and later has gotten better, but for some it’s still hard to see something

on the small screen. Fortunately, there is a Zoom function for this. If you can’t see or read something, just use the screen magnification.

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Below, we’ll show you how to enable and use the Zoom feature on your Apple Watch.

How to enable magnification

You can enable the function either on the smart watch itself or on the iPhone.

On iPhone, open the application Apple Watch and select a section Universal access.



On the watch, open Settings and select Universal access.

Select Increase and enable the function on the next screen.

A slider will appear here to adjust the magnification. Use it to customize the function.

Touching with two fingers and dragging will help change the degree of approximation on the watch.

How to use Magnification

When you turn on the function, you need to activate itwill touch the screen twice. When zooming is active, use two-finger drag to move around the screen. You can also use the Digital Crown.

When you are finished using the function, double-tap the screen again with two fingers.

Note: If you take a screenshot during the enlargement, it will be normal and not enlarged.

Now you no longer have to squint and bring the clock closer, because you know how to use the Magnification.

We also recommend that you read about how to control music on the Apple Watch.