When Water Lock is on, your Apple Watch Series 2 or later doesn’t respond to touch on its display.
This prevents accidental input while you’re in water.
When you turn off Water Lock, your watch ejects any water that remains in its speaker.
What is the eject water on Apple Watch?
When you start a swimming workout, your Apple Watch automatically locks the screen with Water Lock to avoid accidental taps. When you’re done, turn the Digital Crown to unlock the screen and clear any water from your Apple Watch. You hear sounds and may feel some water on your wrist.
Does the Apple Watch actually eject water?
To get all the water or sweat out of the speaker, you just need to take advantage of your Apple Watch’s built-in water ejection feature. To eject the water that’s hiding in there, quickly turn the Digital Crown on the side of your Apple Watch.
What is eject water on Apple Watch Series 3?
Apple Watch Series 2, Series 3, Series 4 and Series 5 include a Water Lock feature, which locks the screen so you can swim without activating it. You can also use this feature at any time to eject water out of the speaker holes and prevent moisture from causing long-term issues.
Is Apple Watch 5 waterproof?
Water resistant to 50 meters, Apple Watch Series 5 is designed with swimmers in mind.
Can you overcharge the Apple Watch?
You cannot overcharge an Apple device battery. The battery will not suffer any harm from regular charging. Charging will stop automatically when the battery is fully charged and start again if and when required due to ongoing battery usage.
How do I get my Apple Watch to eject water?
To eject the water that’s hiding in there, quickly turn the Digital Crown on the side of your Apple Watch. This will unlock your screen, and you should see some blue dots dancing around while sounds are emitted that will push out all the water. If you’re wearing your Watch, you may feel some of the water come out.