Pairing Your Apple Watch with Your iPhone: To start making calls on your Apple Watch, ensure it's paired with your iPhone via Bluetooth.
Answering Calls: When a call comes in, simply raise your wrist to your mouth and speak, and your Apple Watch acts as a hands-free device.
Making Calls via Siri: You can use Siri to make calls by saying, "Hey Siri, call [contact name]."
Using the Phone App: Open the Phone app on your Apple Watch to dial numbers and make calls directly.
Receiving Calls While Exercising: Whether you're running or at the gym, you can easily answer or reject calls without touching your phone.
Switching to Speakerphone: During a call, tap the "Speaker" icon on your watch to go hands-free and use the built-in speaker and microphone.
Sending Calls to Voicemail: Swipe up when you receive a call, and you can send it to voicemail or reply with a message.
Customizing Call Notifications: Personalize your call settings in the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, so you get notified the way you want.
Using AirPods or Bluetooth Headphones: For private calls, connect your AirPods or Bluetooth headphones to your Apple Watch.
Emergency SOS Calls: If you need assistance, press and hold the side button for Emergency SOS to call emergency services.
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