By Wenwei, 5 December, 2021 Forum Braille on Apple Products Hi Everyone, Is braille support comparable to the experience on Mac or iOS? Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Similar to iOS Yes, the braille support is quite similar to iOS. You can use almost the same commands (e.g. dot 4 CHORD or dot 1 CHORD in order to navigate element by element) and activate the selected item by pressing a router key. You can also look up all commands assigned to your braille display. To do so, head over to Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Braille on your Apple Watch or watch app. When the support was originally introduced in watchOS 7.2, it's been not possible to change the set of keystrokes; I don't know if Apple has already changed this behavior. If you mean on the watch itself? I don't have a watch, but I wouldn't think you could put to many characters on a small screen like that. It's seamiler to iOS. Hello, I don't think that it will be Diffrent from iOS or other apple products. It can be basic Braille support, but it's there. I want to try in myself, it's interesting me to use my Braille Display on Apple Watch. Thanks! This is good to know. I am so excited to check it out!