Battery life has long been the Apple Watch’s biggest drawback. This problem became more pronounced when the company went all-in on sleep tracking in his 2020 watchOS 7. Rather than increasing his mAh in the hardware, Apple presented a workaround: an alert that pops up if the user falls below a certain percentage. Needs to be charged before going to bed.
of watch ultraLaunching today shows that Apple is tackling this problem head-on. A larger case (49mm vs. 45 on the Series 8) coupled with slimmer components like the haptic motors provide more internal space for the battery. As a result, the sport-focused model effectively doubles the Series 8’s 18 hours to 36 hours, despite a slightly larger screen and twice the brightness (1,000 to 2,000 nits).
For the rest of the products, Apple tries to improve battery life without making any meaningful changes to the hardware. Instead, we’re addressing the issue through a new low-power mode rolling out with watchOS 9.Prior to this announcement, the Apple Watch was a Power reserve modea feature designed as a sort of last resort when the battery drops into the double digits.
The new low power mode is different.That’s a lot of power draining and possibly turning off features you don’t need to extend its lifespan more, but for the most part it’s still a fully functional smartwatch. “Far Out” eventApple says you can get up to 36 hours of battery life on a full charge in low power mode. apple watch series 8 60 hours battery life on full charge new apple watch ultra.
When Low Power Mode is turned on, the system provides an always-on display, background heart rate and blood oxygen measurement, workout reminders, automatic workout detection, irregular heart rhythm, high heart rate, and low heart rate. Disable notifications for This mode reduces the cell phone ping to his hourly and on demand to preserve battery life.
Low Power Mode also extends Apple Watch Ultra battery life by increasing long GPS-based workouts like triathlons over 12 hours in regular power mode.
Here’s how to turn on Low Power Mode on your Apple Watch:
- go to settings
- [バッテリー]Scroll down to section
- under it[低電力モード]turn on the toggle.
A yellow circle appears above the screen when Low Power Mode is on. Additionally, the control center battery percentage, charging animation, and nightstand mode time turn yellow.
When the Apple Watch battery level reaches 10%, the user receives a notification asking them to turn on Low Power Mode. When charging, the mode will automatically turn off when it reaches 80%.
The company is also working on a Reduced GPS and HR mode, which reduces sampling of both measurements to extend battery life during longer workouts. and will be deployed later this year.
The Low Power Mode feature is part of the watchOS 9 update, so all Apple Watch 4 and newer devices will be included in settings via Software Update.