APPLE WATCH-Mobility

  • However you move, make some moves with Apple Watch. For wheelchair users, the Activity App tracks Roll, Exercise, and Move goals.
  • The Workout App has two unique modes — Outdoor Wheelchair Walk Pace and Outdoor Wheelchair Run Pace.
  • And Click Speed Adjustments let you set your own speed for double or triple clicks of the side button.
Activity App - Reach your goals. No matter how you get there.

 

 

The Activity app provides a snapshot of your daily activity, with the goal of closing each of the three rings every day. For wheelchair users, the rings are Roll, Exercise, and Move. Instead of a Stand goal, the Roll goal encourages you to roll or stretch every hour. For your Exercise and Move goals, Activity measures pushes, so active calories are calculated more accurately. Sensors are configured to address different surface types, inclines, and transition moments, such as moving from a wheelchair to a seat at your desk, or from your chair to your car.

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Workout App - Designed for the way you move.

 

 

 

The Workout app lets you accurately measure your movement in specific exercise routines and set goals based on time, distance, or calories. For wheelchair users, there are two unique workouts — Outdoor Wheelchair Walk Pace and Outdoor Wheelchair Run Pace. Just choose a workout and Apple Watch turns on the appropriate sensors.

Touch Accommodations - Customize how you touch and click.

Touch Accommodations let you adjust how the screen responds to your touch. Control the speed of a double tap or whether repeat touches are ignored. So you can put your finger down anywhere on the screen and move to the item you want without mistakenly performing an action. And with Click Speed Adjustments, you can set your own speed for double clicks and triple clicks of the side button, giving you more time to open apps.

Mono Audio - Find the right balance for you.

When you’re using Bluetooth headphones, you may miss some audio if you’re hard of hearing or deaf in one ear. That’s because stereo recordings usually have distinct left- and right-channel audio tracks. Apple Watch supports Mono Audio, allowing you to play both audio channels in both ears, and letting you adjust the balance for greater volume in either ear. So you can tune in or out as you like.

Mono Audio - Find the right balance for you.

When you’re using Bluetooth headphones, you may miss some audio if you’re hard of hearing or deaf in one ear. That’s because stereo recordings usually have distinct left- and right-channel audio tracks. Apple Watch supports Mono Audio, allowing you to play both audio channels in both ears, and letting you adjust the balance for greater volume in either ear. So you can tune in or out as you like.