Battery Apple Watch was better than reported

Battery Apple Watch was better than reported

A few hours separate us from the start of the event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, YBCA) in San Francisco, where, as expected, Apple will name the date of the start of sales of “smart” watches Apple Watch, as well as reveal details of pricing details and specifications.

Recent rumors refute concerns about the lack of a powerful battery Apple Watch. Referring to several people who have spent a lot of time with the device, the resource TechCrunch claims that Apple is working hard to increase battery life. For example, one of the requirements is that the batch of the day after the usual hours of use should remain at about 25% energy storage battery.
This means that although the user will still have to charge Apple Watch every night hours should be able to work for a whole day on a single charge. The source also said that the discharged device is fully charged within two hours.

Apple has repeatedly said that Apple Watch can be used without charge for a whole day, but appeared in the January, rumors claimed that the company is still struggling to bring the battery life battery to an acceptable level. To do this, the company added Mode Power Reserve, turn off the power of all non-essential functions in order to provide more time operation.

Source TechCrunch reported that to receive notifications clock must be locked and be on your wrist. Display updates terminated if the battery remains at least 10% of the energy.

In addition, the sources pointed out that Apple Watch the screen provides a sharp image, has a high sensitivity and accuracy, and manage applications is easy, despite the small size of the screen.
We add that according to sources, 9to5Mac, the clock will be able to provide up to 5 hours of battery life when operating fairly complex applications.


Battery Apple Watch was better than reported updated: March 8, 2015 author: John Malkovich