There have been gossipy tidbits about the Apple Watch’s battery life, with the most skeptical affirming that you’ll need to charge it consistently.

Apple Watch Battery Life Might Be Even Worse Than We Thought:

That would have been an agony, however, with the most recent report, it appears it might be much more terrible than that: as per 9 to 5 Mac, Apple is focusing on only 2.5 to 3.5 hours battery life on heavy usage on a single charge.

With Apple’s estimate the Apple Watch can withstand 4 hours of its fitness apps on a single charge, while the real clock face can be shown for an aggregate of three hours consistently. What’s more preferable, the Apple Watch will have the capacity to stay in standby mode for up to four days.

It’s essential to remember that these are just Apple’s targets – furthermore, its improbable anybody with an Apple Watch will spend almost three hours a day gazing at the wearable’s ticking clock face. The limited few hours of application is not that much cool. The report says the Apple Watch’s S1 chip is generally on par in performance to the current-gen ipod Touch’s A5, and Apple Watch is fit for displaying 60 fps, which implies some developed and battery hungry applications and games are conceivable and even prone to appear on the Apple Watch.

Apple Watch is expected somewhere in March. Pricing are yet not available.

Image courtesy : 9 to 5 mac


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