Apple Watch Series 2 was the first model to be entirely waterproof, and Apple introduced an important feature to keep the internal components protected. As you may know, Apple Watch has a water-ejection system in which the speaker expels water — and this might come to iPhone according to a new patent registered by Apple.
The Apple Watch water-ejection system works by using the speaker to vibrate and emit specific sounds that push the water out, which is useful when you use your Apple Watch for swimming or during a shower.
As pointed out by Patently Apple, this feature might be available in future iPhone models as Apple has registered a new patent that shows exactly that. The patent was originally filed by Apple back in 2019, but it was only published today by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The figures show a water-ejection system built into an iPhone that works similar to the technology found in Apple Watch Series 2 and later. It uses the speaker and a sensor…