Apple Watch

Is the Apple Watch waterproof?

Apple Watch Series 4 is listed as having a "water resistance rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010." This means it is safe to submerge your Watch in shallow-water when showering or swimming. It is not recommended that you take your Watch scuba diving, waterskiing, or on other activities that involve "high-velocity water or submersion below shallow depth."

The Apple Watch Nike+ and Hermès are also Series 4 models and carry the same water resistant rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010.

Roundup: Apple Watch and watchOS in the news

Nike Apple Watch

There's been a surge of Apple Watch news ever since this year's WWDC. Fans of Apple's wearable have a long list of things to be excited about. The biggest news is the upcoming launch of watchOS 5. Not only will watchOS gain a bevy of new features, but the Series 4 hardware promises a complete redesign. Let's dive into the highlights.

How to get Elevated Heart Rate warnings from Apple Watch

Apple Watch heart rate

Thanks to the Apple Watch Heart Rate app, watch owners can keep track of their resting and active heart rates throughout the day. In some instances, users have become aware of heart problems and sought medical attention, all because of the heart rate sensors on their wrist. Apple has included a built-in function to warn those wearing an Apple Watch of an unusually high heart rate, however this function is switched off by default.

Report: New case design coming to Apple Watch Series 4

Apple Watch Spring 2018

Big changes are in store later this year for the Apple Watch. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has delivered his latest note to investors regarding the future of Apple's wearable. Kuo predicts the Apple Watch Series 4 will debut in the third quarter of 2018 with significant design changes.

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