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Looking after your Apple Watch


Keeping your Apple Watch clean and well-looked-after is one of the most important things that you can do to ensure it stays in good condition. Even though it doesn't have any moving parts, sweat and dirt can still cause damage over time if they're not removed regularly. Below are some tips for keeping your Apple Watch clean – which will help it stay working well for longer:



1. Store it wisely

The first rule of caring for an Apple Watch is to store it wisely. The watch is designed to be worn all the time, and while this makes it a convenient accessory, it can also cause damage if you don’t take care of your new gadget.

To avoid damaging your device:

  • Keep the watch in a safe place where it won’t be knocked or dropped by accident. If you wear it while exercising or doing tasks that involve moving around a lot, keep an eye out so that nothing gets between you and your watch!

  • Avoid extreme heat or cold temperatures—this will prevent mold growth and corrosion of internal components like batteries and circuit boards in addition to giving them extra protection against wear over time due to temperature changes



2. Keep it clean

The Apple Watch is made of a highly durable material, but it's not indestructible. You should still treat your device with care and use the right cleaning materials to keep it looking good.

To clean your Apple Watch screen:

  • Use a microfiber cloth or soft, dry cloth to remove debris from the display. Never use abrasive cleaning materials like paper towels because they can damage the glass surface. Also avoid cleaning products like window cleaner or alcohol; these products could be harmful to the touchscreen display on your watch and could cause permanent damage over time.


3. Swap the straps

If you're going to spend hundreds of dollars on an Apple Watch, then it's only fair that you should invest in some quality straps so that your investment will last. The strap can get dirty and stained, it can stretch over time and become loose or tight, and it can even become damaged if not cared for properly.

Depending on how often you wear your watch (and how active your lifestyle is), switching out the straps is probably a good idea every few months or so—but don't worry! It's easy enough to do in just a few simple steps:

  • Gently pry apart the two ends of each link by using a flathead screwdriver or butter knife (or any other stiff tool). Be careful not to damage either end while pulling them apart; they're expensive!

  • Loosen one side of the band from its clasp by moving up through all three loops until there is enough room for another loop between them; this ensures that there are no gaps between each loop when replacing them back together again later on after installing new clasps as well


4. Clean your wrist

You should clean the wristband every few days to prevent dirt from building up. To do this, simply use a soft cloth and mild soap to wipe down the band. Don’t use alcohol or bleach as they will damage your Apple Watch, plus they can discolour the metal parts of your watch.

Don’t use a hard cloth or anything sharp because you might scratch its finish or get scratches in it yourself! And never submerge your Apple Watch in water – this will cause irreparable damage to its internal components



5. Update the software

The Apple Watch is a great device, but it does have its share of issues. If you find that your Apple Watch isn't working as well as it used to, or if there's an issue with the software update that causes problems, then it may be time for you to update the software on your device. Updating the software can help improve performance and resolve issues such as battery drain or slow charging times. The easiest way to do this is by connecting your phone via Bluetooth and opening up the FaceTime app on your watch. If this doesn't work, then try updating through iTunes or iCloud (if applicable).



If you want to keep your apple watch working well, keep it clean and update the software regularly.


  • Clean it regularly. Dust your watch every couple of weeks with a soft cloth to remove any dirt or grime that may have built up on the screen.

  • Update the software. The watch has a dedicated app for this, which you can find in your iPhone's app store. Make sure you update it as soon as new updates come out—these usually contain important bug fixes and security patches that make sure your device is running smoothly and securely at all times.

  • Store it wisely. If you're going to be away from home for long periods of time, take the battery out if possible (if not, charge it fully before leaving). This will prevent damage from occurring during travel.

  • Swap straps when necessary.

  • Clean your wrist regularly by washing it with soap and water every few days (or more often if necessary).



We hope these tips will help you keep your Apple Watch working well. If you want to know more about our watches, visit the link below and check out our range of luxury men’s watches. We offer free shipping and a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not happy with your purchase!



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