During Extreme Sports
An Apple Watch is a pretty effective fitness tracker, which means most users are probably wearing it during their workouts or other fitness activities. But while you should be using your Apple Watch to keep tabs on your health, there are probably some places you should think twice about wearing it.
- High-impact sports are one example, since a nasty fall could render your Apple Watch broken.
- Endurance races could leave it caked in hard-to-clean mud.
- Activities like rock climbing could easily scratch or shatter your Apple Watch’s display.
If you’d like to wear your Watch during these types of activities, consider popping a case and screen protector on it.