Last time, I have wrote an article about tips to improve battery life after update to iOS 8.1.3 and it seems that battery life problem is a common concern for most Apple products, including the upcoming Apple Watch. However, the good news is that Apple Watch will feature “Power Reserve” functionality, in order to stretch the wearable’s battery longer and make for less frequent charging.
Plus, Apple Inc has said that Watch battery is supportive to last full day, but users are required it at night, which is pretty similar to a smartphone. According to the report, the power reserve mode will only display time, which will be able to do so on even very little battery.
The Low-power mode sounds like it essentially cuts off all functionality of the Apple Watch, including syncing with the iPhone for notifications and data, and severs up the most important functionality of a watch, instead.
Apple sent an invitation to members of the media last week for a March 9 media event, where the company is expected to unveil more details of its new wearable. Apple’s media event will take place at 10:00 AM Pacific Time on Monday, March 9 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The company will offer a live video stream of the event at the time.