Apple Watch is one of the most widely used consumer electronics products on the market.
And while it’s still a work in progress, its battery life has been improving in recent years.
But Apple Watch owners who have upgraded to the newest version of the smartwatch have noticed that their battery life drops significantly, with some reports suggesting as much as 20% per month.
And what does this mean for you?
Well, for one thing, you’ll need to make sure you have an upgraded battery, as you won’t be able to use the device for more than 10 minutes.
The device can still charge up to four hours per charge, though, and it does have a USB Type-C port that lets you charge it with a variety of devices.
Here are all the new Apple Watch battery issues you need to know about.
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