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Open watch app on your iPhone.
The Watch app is where you customize apple watch settings, view and manage apps, and more. To open the Watch app, tap the Watch icon on your Home screen.
If you don’t see the Watch icon, swipe down from the top of your Home screen and search for “Watch.” If you still can’t find it, ask Siri to open the Watch app for you.
When you open the Watch app, tap the watch tab at the bottom of the screen. If you’re using an iPhone with a Home button, you might need to tap first.
Tap the My Watch tab.
The My Watch tab is where you’ll see all of the apps that are available for you to download onto your watch. Once you’re in the My Watch tab, scroll down until you see the App Store icon. When you find it, tap on it.
Once you’re in the App Store, tap on the Featured tab. Here, you’ll see a list of all the different apps that are available for you to download. Scroll through the list until you find the I Icon app. When you find it, tap on it.
The I Icon app will give you information about how to find the I Icon on your Apple Watch. Follow the instructions in the app to find the icon on your watch.
When you see the Apple Watch icon, it means that your watch is in pairing mode and is ready to be paired with an iPhone. The I icon will also appear when you restart your watch or when you turn on Airplane Mode.
If you can’t find the I icon, try the following:
1. Make sure that your watch is turned on by pressing and holding the side button.
2. Tap General.
3. If necessary, turn on Airplane Mode.
4. Restart your watch.
Apple Watch has a number of accessibility features to help you use it more easily. One feature is VoiceOver, which speaks aloud the names of icons and other interface elements.
To turn on VoiceOver:
1. Tap Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver.
2. Turn on VoiceOver.
3. When asked, tap Continue.
4. Tap the Icons settings and choose an option:
To have VoiceOver speak the name of an icon when you touch it, turn on Speak Selected Item Only.
To have VoiceOver speak the name and description of an icon when you touch it, turn on Speak Selected Item and Description. For example, if you touch the Phone app, VoiceOver might say “Phone, place a call or manage your voicemail messages” or “Phone, answer or end a call”—depending on what’s selected in the Icons settings and what other options are turned on in Accessibility settings (see below).
To always have VoiceOver speak the names of icons as they appear on screen, even if you haven’t touched them yet, turn on Always Speak Items. This option can be helpful if you need to know what’s on screen but can’t see the watch face because of glare or other factors.
To have VoiceOver spell out the names of icons one letter at a time when you touch them, turn on Spell Out Items Slowly With Hints On Touching Screen.
Turn on the Bold Text switch.
If you can’t find the I icon or other symbols on your Apple Watch, it might be because you turned on the Bold Text switch in Settings. When this switch is on, the Apple Watch uses heavier fonts to make text easier to read.
To see if the Bold Text switch is on:
Open the Settings app on your Apple Watch and tap Accessibility.
Tap Bold Text, then turn off Bold Text.
When you turn off Bold Text, the I icon and other symbols might appear.