Yes, the white Apple Watch band is easy to clean. Simply rinse it with water and a mild soap.
There are a few ways to clean a Discoloured Apple Watch band. One way is to use a toothbrush and some soap. Another way is to use a damp cloth and water.
Bleach can damage the band’s material and may cause it to fail prematurely. It is not recommended to bleach the band.
Apple does not disclose how their products are made, but it is likely that the blue band on your white Apple Watch is a result of a manufacturing error.
Apple recommends using a soft, lint-free cloth and water.
Yes, lens wipes can be used on Apple Watch.
Yes, the Apple Watch 7 is waterproof up to 50 meters.
There is no definitive answer, as stainability will vary depending on the type of band and the amount of moisture that accumulates on it. However, most Apple Watch sport bands are made from silicone and should not stain easily. If you do notice a stain, try cleaning it with a mild soap and water or rubbing alcohol.
While it is not explicitly stated in the Apple Watch 7’s user guide, it is generally safe to assume that water does not damage electronic devices. That said, there is no harm in being cautious and ensuring that your watch is not submerged in water for an extended period of time.