In pursuit of user preferences, manufacturers are forced to constantly expand the boundaries of their devices. As a rule, this is achieved by improving the camera, using a more powerful processor, sophisticated design, or interesting “chips” of the device. One of these could be the underwater mode that Apple is working on.
Getting into water for many modern smartphones will not be fatal, but their use in these conditions is problematic. Especially for such cases, the engineers of the American corporation create a simplified interface.
Apparently, as soon as the device’s sensors detect its presence in water, the interface will automatically change to simplified, and the user will be informed by a vibration signal.