If you find your Apple Watch zoomed in stuck while reading a text and you can’t reply, don’t worry! It’s just a temporary glitch that can be corrected by changing your timepiece’s accessibility settings. Bear in mind, by doing this, you’ll not be able magnify what’s on the Apple Watch display.
How to fix Apple Watch zoomed in stuck problem after double-tapping the screen?
The Apple Watch Zoomed In function helps you magnify and take a closer look at what’s on the Apple Watch display. It’s a useful addition that comes handy when reading texts directly from your wrist. Let’s find how to fix your Apple Watch keeps zooming in problem.
- Unlock your watch with a passcode.
- Tap the Digital Crown.
- Select Settings.
- Scroll down to Accessibility.
- Choose Zoom.
- Disable the option.
The simplest way to return the screen contents to normal size, is to double-tap the display with two fingers.
Why is my Apple Watch zoomed in?
It is likely, you have enabled the Zoom on your Apple Watch and set it range to maximum. To fix this, you’ll need to disable the Zoom setting.
How do I get my Apple Watch screen back to normal?
Enter the Passcode to unlock your Apple Watch and access its Home Screen.
Press the Digital Crown button to display icons. Go to Settings.
Scroll down to Accessibility setting.
Under Vision section of Accessibility, locate Zoom option. When the Zoom option is enabled, it lets you rotate the Digital Crown to enlarge text or adjust its view.
Toggle the switch to Off position.
This will disable zoom on Apple Watch. You should see a screen with Zoom Disabled message.
Now, restart your Apple Watch and see if the problem persists. It should have been fixed by now.
That’s how you can fix Apple watch zoomed in stuck problem.
Hope that makes sense!