Question: Can I Wear Apple Watch 5 Swimming?

Water resistant to 50 meters, Apple Watch Series 5 is designed with swimmers in mind.

The Pool Swim workout automatically records splits and sets and can actually recognize your stroke.

The Open Water Swim workout visualizes your route on a map.

Can I wear Apple Watch in pool?

So yes, the Apple Watch is water-resistant and you can probably take it into the pool for no more than 30 minutes, but Apple still recommends you don’t. You may, for example, wear and use Apple Watch during exercise (exposure to sweat is OK), in the rain, and while washing your hands.

Is Apple Watch Series 5 waterproof?

Yes, the Apple Watch Series 5 is Water Resistant. It is Water resistant up to 50 metres. The Apple Watch Series 5 is designed with swimmers in mind. Infact there is a Pool Swim workout application in the watch which automatically records splits and sets and can actually recognise your stroke while swimming.

Can I swim with my Apple Watch 4?

The Series 2, Series 3 and Series 4 Apple Watch models are specifically designed for swimming. Specifically, the models have an ISO rating of 22810:2010. That means they’re designed to withstand water at up to 50 meters (164 feet) of depth.

How long can you wear an Apple watch in water?

No Apple Watch version is waterproof — however, they are all water-resistant, which is slightly different. If you have an Apple Watch 2, 3, 4, or 5, you can take your watch as deep as 50 feet underwater without worrying about any damage.

How do I swim with my Apple Watch 5?

Swim with your Apple Watch

  • Open the Workout app.
  • Scroll to Pool Swim or Open Water Swim. Use Pool Swim for laps in a pool and Open Water Swim for swimming in places like a lake or ocean.
  • Tap to start the workout or tap the more button.
  • For Pool Swim, turn the Digital Crown to set the pool length.
  • Wait for the three-second countdown.

Can you shower Apple Watch 5?

While you can shower with an Apple Watch on in theory, it’s not recommended. Your Apple Watch is water-resistant – not waterproof – and the full act of showering (specifically applying soaps, soapy water, and shampoo) can damage the device and negatively impact an Apple Watch’s water resistance.