Apple’s smart watch would in normal use have a battery life around 19 hours, so would appear from performance reports produced by Apple. The S1-soc in Apple Watch is built would perform similarly to the A5 SOC of the iPad 2 and iPhone 4s.
9to5Mac sources stated that Apple for its smart watch envisioning a battery life of 19 hours per full charge under normal use. That means a mix between active and passive use, though it is not clear exactly where normal operation consists of. For intensive use would decrease the battery life to only 2.5 to 4 pm with very heavy apps like games keeps the battery is about 2.5 hours, while other apps are up to 4 hours can be done.
For example, Apple’s built fitness tracker about 4 hours long activities can be measured. Furthermore, it would be found that the clock, including animations, can be displayed for about 3 hours. Therefore users should turn off the screen like Apple Watch is not used. That’s because Apple gave priority to screen quality and there is no economical panel is built, according to the sources. The test data relating to the battery life would be derived from 3000 Apple Watch-models, which are passed to testers.
According to sources of 9to5Mac battery life was one of the obstacles that Apple tried to address for its smart watch. That would have made then for delay. The battery life of 19 hours would be where Apple targets may not be met in the first generation. Another problem that Apple would contend with the MagSafe induction charger that it intends to issue for the Apple Watch. Which would load slower than planned.
The company had previously announced that the Apple Watch probably needs to be recharged every night.However, there are no official data about the battery life disclosed. The battery life is something many manufacturers of smart watches face.
In the case, Apple has the S1 soc built. Of this processor are released any details about the performance, but according to the sources of 9to5Mac is this about as powerful as the A5 soc. This does include service in the iPad 2 and iPhone 4s, making Apple has thus opted for a relatively powerful processor. This again seems distracted to be that Apple opts for performance rather than economy.
Apple showed the smart watch in September last year. An exact release date is still unknown, but the company is aiming for “early” this year.