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If apple watch gets wet, you can remove the water by turning the Digital Crown. When you turn the Digital Crown, water is forced out of the speaker grille. You might see water droplets appear on the display.
You can also remove water from apple watch by placing it face down on a dry towel and allowing it to air dry.
make sure to remove your watch band before you turn the Digital Crown—you don’t want to get it wet.
What You Need
Apple Watch is swim-proof, so you can take it for a dip in the pool or the ocean. Even so, it’s important to know how to eject water from your Watch after your swim. That way, you can avoid any damage that could come from water lingering inside the device.
Here’s what you need to know about ejecting water from apple watch including how to do it and what to avoid.
Ejecting water from apple watch is simple and only takes a few seconds. The procedure is as follows:
1. Turn off apple watch by pressing and holding the Side button.
2. Scroll down and tap the “Power Off” slider.
3. Once your Apple Watch is off, rotate the Digital Crown counterclockwise until the “Water Lock” icon appears on the screen.
4. Tap the “Water Lock” icon to activate Water Lock mode.
5. Rotate the Digital Crown clockwise until the “Eject Water” icon appears on the screen.
6. Tap the “Eject Water” icon to begin ejecting water from your Apple Watch speaker and microphone ports.
7. Continue rotating the Digital Crown clockwise until all of the water has been ejected from your watch.
8. Once all of the water has been ejected, tap the “End” button to exit Water Lock mode and return to Normal mode.
After you turn off Water Lock, your Apple Watch ejects any water that might be in its speaker. You might hear sounds from the speaker as it clears the water. To finish drying the speaker, tap it lightly with a soft, dry cloth.
What to Do If Water Gets Into Your Watch
If water gets into your Apple Watch, it might appear like the screen is foggy. This is called condensation, and it happens when warm air hits a cold surface. You can remove the condensation by wiping your Watch and band with a nonabrasive, lint-free cloth.
If you think water might have gotten into your watch, follow these steps:
-Remove your watch band.
-Hold your watch underwarm running water for 10 to 15 seconds.
-Wipe your watch clean with a nonabrasive, lint-free cloth.
-Pat dry with a soft, lint-free cloth.
-Dry your Watch band separately.
If you see water under the glass of your Watch face or in the Digital Crown, it means that water has gotten into the speaker port. To get rid of the water, flip your Watch over so that the face is down on a flat surface and wait for the water to be expelled through the speaker port.