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I normally hold my Apple Watch up close to my face when taking a call on Apple Watch. But after a short while, my arm starts to ache. Is there a way to hold the Apple Watch so that my arm does not ache? I wonder if the caller will still be able to hear me if I just keep my arm down by my side?

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  • If you try with your arms by your sides the caller will let you know.
    – Solar Mike
    May 14 at 5:47
  • For this reason I don't use my Apple Watch for extended conversations whilst on the move. I have only a WiFi/Bluetooth connected connected Apple Watch, so if I need to have a longer conversation, I'll just call them back on my iPhone. The few times I've used this watch for an extended conversation I've sat down at a table, and rested my chin in the hand of the arm with the Apple watch. If you rotate the watch to be inside your wrist, the voice path is more direct. You can also put your Watch arm across your chest and hold onto the opposite shoulder. This brings the watch close to your mouth.
    – IconDaemon
    May 14 at 16:37

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