The watchOS 8.3 release candidate brings AssistiveTouch to older Apple watches such as Series 4 or Series 5. Until now, this feature has been reserved for Series 6, 7, and SE. As a reminder, this accessibility option allows you to control an Apple Watch application with the movements of your hand, without having to touch the screen.
AssistiveTouch uses the built-in sensors (such as gyroscope, accelerometer, optical heart rate sensor) to detect subtle differences in muscle movement and tendon activity. You can then move a cursor with different hand gestures, such as clenching your fist or pinching into the void. The final version of watchOS 8.3 is expected in the next few days, but the release candidate is now available for those in a hurry.
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