It is ip-67 splash proof resistant, can survive 3 meters depth for up to 30 minutes in fresh water. The pool I was at was salt water, but the salt content was not high, I did rinse it off with fresh water after though. I wouldn't be stupid as I was and try it just to try it, because they will know, and you will have nothing to show for it even if the phone breaks later, so you've therefore voided your apple care plan if you had one.
I usually use two separate stages for cooking. Not always, but sometimes I will, it will work better if you say, order a pizza, and eat some the next day, right out of the fridge. if you straight heat it, it won't taste as good as if you run it for 45 seconds or so on a lower power setting. then switch to full for the rest. An alternative way of doing it that doesn't require staging is to get a very small dish, fill it with hot water from the tap, then stick it in there. It will hopefully boil a bit in the time that the thing heats up and help keep the moisture in. I do it now with a bit of help from the old eye ball, but its getting harder with some models. If I had to though, I'd put bump dots on probably 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9, probably 0 too since its in the middle between start and clear. Then I'd probably put one on the power change button, since the time cook is straight above it. That would do me fine.
I like tech, I don't like the option of using some dial thing. I'm not a luddite lol. I've done tech for a number of years, most of my life actually. I've grown up at a time before the internet, then discovered it and went from there. Of course, everybody has their choice, and if a dial thing works for them, so be it, I just could never do that, I don't want old crap in my house unless its the zombie apocalypse, then its OK, because you have to take what you can get.
The bipeds think this place belongs to them, how cute.