While Cupertino giant Apple is mainly focusing on the Battery life of the so-called Apple watch, reports claims that it will last for around 19 hours on a single charge. According to 9to5Mac, Apple watch will work for 2.5 hours of "heavy" application use, such as processor-intensive gameplay, or 3.5 hours of standard app use.
Interestingly, Apple expects to see better battery life when using the Watch's fitness tracking software, which is targeted for nearly 4 hours of straight exercise tracking on a single charge. Moreover, 19 hours of combined active/passive use, 3 days of pure standby time, or 4 days if left in a sleeping mode
As the report suggested, Apple has used powerful processor and high quality screen, which significantly drains the battery. Further, it runs on a stripped-down version of iOS code-named SkiHill, also he Apple S1 chip inside the Apple Watch is claimed to be similar in performance to the version of Apple's A5 processor found in the current-generation iPod touch.
Additionally, Apple has been trying to reach roughly 19 hours of mixed usage each day, but the company may fall short of its target. The Cupertino company is testing its wearable vigorously, by circulating 3000 smartwatch over the Apple company.
The MagSafe-based inductive charging mechanism was responsible for slow charging and will be fixed by the time the watch is released, as per the website's sources.
As there is no official word from the Cupertino authorities, Apple smartwatch is expected to be shipped around March end
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