- Apple Watch tracks your daily activity, measures workouts, and encourages healthy routines.
- And because it’s built to be accessible, you can get accurate fitness tracking however you move, feel a gentle tap when it’s time for a meeting, or hear a text message read aloud.
Noise App - Track your hearing health.
The Noise app tracks decibel levels of the ambient sounds around you, helping you identify when the sound levels of the environment could negatively impact your hearing. And the information is stored in the Health app so you can refer to your data whenever you need it.
VoiceOver - You don’t need to see your Apple Watch to use your Apple Watch.
VoiceOver is a gesture-based screen reader that tells you exactly what’s happening on your Apple Watch, and helps you navigate it, without the need to see the screen.
Activity and Workout Apps - Reach your fitness goals. No matter how you get there.
Apple optimized the Activity app for wheelchair users, taking into account different pushing techniques for varying speeds and terrain. There are also two wheelchair-specific workout types in the Workout app and a Time to Roll notification.
Taptic Engine - Get a feeling for what’s going on.
Beeps and chimes aren’t the only way to know you’ve received a notification. The Taptic Engine can give you a gentle tap. So you’ll never miss an upcoming turn, new message, or last-minute party invitation. And now Taptic Time can give you a tap to tell time on demand.