Apple Watch: How To Use 'Water Lock' To Eject Water From Your Smartwatch
If water gets inside an Apple Watch, it's easier than you think to eject the water back out again using the device's 'Water Lock' feature. This is just one of the many features that owners of Apple's wearable might not know about, but should, considering it is designed to protect and extend the life of the device. Here's a quick overview of Water Lock on the Apple Watch and how it works. Smartwatches have become increasingly resilient, and prove to be a vital companion for many users. When it comes to the Apple Watch, it works as a literal health journal that can potentially save a life. There's many smartwatches besides the expensive Apple Watch, including the cheaper Amazfit GTS, but the Apple Watch continues to prove popular, and partly thanks to its focus on health-related features.More...
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