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Want an Apple Watch for Xmas but think it’s too small for use ? Think again .

Apple Watch Series 6 and over with an iPad or an iPhone running on iOS16 is required but if you satisfy these conditions, you are in for a surprisingly useful accessibility trick : Watch Mirroring.

The feature allows your watch face to mirror on your portable device, clear and large. You can also control the watch as you would directly on your wrist but in a larger display. The feature is voiceover friendly.

An obvious use if like me you have an indoor cycle, you can display instant stats on your tablet or phone while you exercise.

Plenty of other possible uses of course but Watch Mirroring seems particularly useful for fitness purpose.

Let us know below how you use this feature.

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