Hello. Hope all’s well. Thought I’ll throw this one out there..
I’ve beenusing the first generation Apple Watch for almost 2 years now. And there’s something that really annoys me.
When I am out and about, I turn the Apple Watch Voiceover volume to maximum. The cuff of my shirt or jacket touches the screen and the Apple Watch activates and the voice reads out the time. Happens when I hold onto the handles on a train, when I open doors, or swap my white stick to my left hand. Basically, anyother time I move my left arm. I live in London, and the weather is not always short sleeves or tee-shirt agreeable. I don’t want to turn the volume dowm, nor switch off VO, defeats the purpose.
I have given Apple feedback on this several times, suggesting to add an option to disable the touch screen when VO is on, and the watch is on standby. Watch speaks and reactivates when pressing the side button or digital crown. But until Apple implements this, I just want to ask if anyone else has this issue, or is it just me? If you do, how do you over come this? If at all?
Any advise or quick fixes welcome… Or even a general windge about it…. Haha..