Practical uses for the Apple Watch for People Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

On today’s Tech Connect, Cory shows off his favorite practical uses for the Apple Watch!
Investing in a smart watch can be a big decision, and while its easy to get excited about all the cutting edge advancements, it is more important to consider how you will actually use such a device in your day to day life. Cory will demonstrate how he uses the apple watch from a blindness perspective.

0:00 Start
01:05 Notifications
4:30 Phone Calls
6:20 Apple Pay
7:45 Health
11:25 Complications: Voice Memos
14:30 Wrap Up Review

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