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Awoke this am to a hugely enlarged screen while charging series 1 brand new from beat buy. I tried working with all side buttons and tapping the screen. Nada. But then it auto went back to normal. WTH?! Help plz!

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Not sure how or why it might have gotten turned on but here is some info on Zoom:

Use Zoom to magnify what’s on the Apple Watch display.

Turn on Zoom. On Apple Watch, open the Settings app User uploaded file,go to General > Accessibility, tap Zoom, then turn on Zoom. You can also use iPhone to turn on Zoom for Apple Watch—open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Settings, then tap the option in General > Accessibility. Or, use the Accessibility Shortcut; see The Accessibility Shortcut.

Zoom in or out. Double-tap the Apple Watch display with two fingers.

Tip: Double-tap with two fingers while setting up Apple Watch to get a better look.

Move around (pan). Drag the display with two fingers. You can also turn the Digital Crown to pan over the entire page, left-right and up-down. The small Zoom button that appears shows you where you are on the page.

Use the Digital Crown normally instead of panning. Tap the display once with two fingers to switch between using the Digital Crown to pan and using the Digital Crown the way it works without Zoom on (for example, to scroll a list or zoom a map).

Adjust magnification. Double-tap and hold with two fingers, then drag your fingers up or down on the display. To limit magnification, open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, go to General > Accessibility > Zoom, then drag the Maximum Zoom Level slider.

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Apr 20, 2018 5:34 PM in response to mmdunn60 In response to mmdunn60

Not sure how or why it might have gotten turned on but here is some info on Zoom:

Use Zoom to magnify what’s on the Apple Watch display.

Turn on Zoom. On Apple Watch, open the Settings app User uploaded file,go to General > Accessibility, tap Zoom, then turn on Zoom. You can also use iPhone to turn on Zoom for Apple Watch—open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, tap Settings, then tap the option in General > Accessibility. Or, use the Accessibility Shortcut; see The Accessibility Shortcut.

Zoom in or out. Double-tap the Apple Watch display with two fingers.

Tip: Double-tap with two fingers while setting up Apple Watch to get a better look.

Move around (pan). Drag the display with two fingers. You can also turn the Digital Crown to pan over the entire page, left-right and up-down. The small Zoom button that appears shows you where you are on the page.

Use the Digital Crown normally instead of panning. Tap the display once with two fingers to switch between using the Digital Crown to pan and using the Digital Crown the way it works without Zoom on (for example, to scroll a list or zoom a map).

Adjust magnification. Double-tap and hold with two fingers, then drag your fingers up or down on the display. To limit magnification, open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, go to General > Accessibility > Zoom, then drag the Maximum Zoom Level slider.

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Apr 20, 2018 5:36 PM in response to Ralph9430 In response to Ralph9430

Thank you so very much. I greatly appreciate your assistance. I love my watch that’s far. I have a question for you. Although they say you cannot be farther than 10 feet away from your iPhone, I have noticed that I can be at least 20 feet or 25 feet away and in some cases behind a glass screen door in my sister can still hear me though with a small delay. This leads me to wonder whether or not the phone is more waterproof or really water resistant in that I could take a shower with it? Do you know anything about this?

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