Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Have you ever wished you could use your Apple Watch without having to touch it? Maybe you have difficulty with fine motor skills or you simply want a new way to interact with your device.

Thanks to Apple's ‘Assistive Touch’ feature in ‘Accessibility settings’, you can use hand gestures to perform a variety of actions on your watch, such as bringing up the action menu or reversing the direction.

This feature is perfect for those who have difficulty using their fingers or who simply want to try something new.

Here's how to do it:

Step 1: Go to the Apple Watch app option on your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on "Accessibility."

Step 3: Scroll down and select "AssistiveTouch."

Step 4: Tap on "Hand Gestures."

Once you're in the "Hand Gestures" section, you will find a variety of options that you can use to control your watch without touching it.

Apple has included several hand gestures as part of their accessibility features. Some of the gestures include pinches to bring up the action menu and double pinches to reverse the direction.

You can even use hand clenching and double clenching to perform different actions on your watch.

It's easy to set up and use, and the variety of gestures available means that you can perform many different actions without ever touching your watch.