The long awaited wearable technology has finally been launched, but how long will it stay powered up?
The Apple Watch has finally been launched and will be available for pre-order on April 10, before it starts shipping on April 24, so you are going to want to have the best portable charger ready to keep your device going.
The current specs for the smartwatch battery say that it will run for up to 18 hours, depending on usage.
This means that if you forget to charge it overnight or if you use it much more heavily than the “ideal” levels, then your Apple Watch may start running out of steam before you’re done with it. The difference between recharging your smartphone and recharging your smartwatch can be considerable. After all, it may be inconvenient to have to wire your phone to your wall socket or your computer, but it really defeats the purpose of wearable technology when you have to take it off and rope it to something to charge it up. You need the best portable charger out there to keep it going whenever you need it.
Make sure that you get the best portable charger so that you can take advantage of magnetic charging.
By bringing a backup battery pack with a very fast charging speed in your purse, briefcase, pocket, or sports bag, then you will know that you’ll have emergency power, even if your smartwatch runs out of juice. If you’re clever enough about the way that you hook it up, you may not even have to take off your wearables in order to recharge. Even while you’re on the go, you’ll have the power bank you require to make sure that your device remains useful to you.
In fact, there have even been stories of other smartwatch wearers running USB cables up their sleeves so that they can charge their watches from a Mogix external battery charger in an interior jacket or coat pocket! It certainly beats being tethered to a laptop or a wall socket, or having to take the device off, altogether.
Beside making sure that you have the best portable charger, it is also reassuring to know that the Apple Watch battery is going to be replaceable. That means that the device will still be usable even if the battery becomes obsolete within a few years.