Braille displays supported by Apple Watch

You can use VoiceOver on your Apple Watch and a Bluetooth-enabled braille display to read and navigate.

Using a braille display with your Apple Watch requires watchOS 7.2 or later. To ensure that your braille display is using the correct table, make sure that you have the latest version of watchOS.

Go to Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Braille on your Apple Watch to pair your display. Learn more about connecting a braille display and adjusting its settings in the Apple Watch User Guide.

American Printing House for the Blind (APH)

  • Refreshabraille 18
  • Orbit Reader 20

Freedom Scientific

  • Focus 40 Blue (Classic)
  • Focus 40 Blue v5
  • Focus Blue (14, 40, 80)

HIMS

  • Braille Sense U2 and U2 mini

Humanware

  • BrailleNote Apex (18, 32)
  • Brailliant BI (32, 40)

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