What's up, guys?
Brain Tong here from CNET.com.
I am topless.
I've even got my boardshorts on, my tropical boardshorts.
What we are here for is to talk about the Apple Watch Sport.
The big thing here is that, yes, it's water resistant.
So we're going to, not waterproof, but water resistant, so we're gonna to take a little shower with it and do a few things to show you how water resistant it is.
Apple measures it at, it's rated IPX7.
So what that really means for you is that I can put it under water like three feet down for about 30 minutes, but really the advice is not to put it under water for long periods of time.
So, before we start this shameless video here, you always gotta come equipped because the hair, the hair Yeah, not gonna mess that up alright.
And here we go, Apple watch sport, here you can see I'm moving the menus around [UNKNOWN] Apple watch sport.
Working in the shower.
[LAUGH] Now also, we wanted to test, how is it with soap?
In those hard to reach places like back here.
When you get a little soap on there, scrubby, scrubby scrubby.
Alright, let's see.
Look, I can still use my contacts.
I can still go on, and I can swipe around here.
The Apple Watch is working in the shower!
So again, I'm just gonna do a little more soap here and clean up here.
You always need someone just in case you drop the soap.
Alright from Cnet.com Brian Tong here with the first look of the shower tech of the Apple watch sport.
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