Apple was very careful in the wording of the Apple Watch description. He says the new device is not waterproof, but rather water resistant.
Despite the company's warnings from FoneFox, they thought about taking a shower at Apple Watch but also putting it on the pool. Miraculously, Apple's watch continued to work.
As the video shows, if you use the watch in the shower, the touch screen seems to work fine. In the pool, however, the touch screen stops responding. But the video shows that the Apple watch continues to work normally when it comes out of the pool.
So, although Apple insists on saying the device is not waterproof, it seems Apple's watch is much more water resistant than we thought. The Android Wear watches they are largely unbreakable, distinguishing the Pebble that can be worn in the shower without any problems.
But if you get it Apple Watch and go choking it, we recommend that you carefully read the Apple manual that explicitly states that you do not.
"The Apple Watch is water-resistant, but it's not waterproof," says the Apple manual. "It can, for example, be worn and used during an exercise (sweat exposure is OK), in the rain, and while washing your hands but it is not recommended to immerse it in water."
Apple also notes that the watch "has an IPX7 water resistance rating of IEC 60529", meaning that it can't actually sink into a pool according to DigitalTrends.
Watch the FoneFox video