Apple Watch 2 is likely to pack a big battery. The new leaked image has predicted such possibility. Here you can check out the details.
Apple followers have spotted a photo of the second generation Apple Watch on the Chinese site Weibo. In that picture, Apple Watch is having a big 334 mAh lithium-ion battery. Apple Watch 2?s ?42mm model will have a 35.7% larger battery. There is no information available about Apple Watch 2?s 38mm model. Currently, the 38mm model is having a 205 mAh battery.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had predicted earlier that Apple Watch 2 will be featuring a larger battery. Apple Watch Original can perform up to 18 hours if it is charge once. Apple Watch 2 will be able to perform up to 72 hours if the user chooses ?Power Reserve Mode?, according to MacRumors.
Earlier a report had claimed that Apple Watch 2 is packing a thinner display. So, there will be enough space to install a larger battery. Apple component supplier TPK Holding, has also confirmed that ?Apple will use One Glass Solution (OGS) for the display.
Apple wants to make Apple Watch 2 a self-reliant device. It will be able to perform multiple tasks in the absence of iPhone. ?The smartwatch is now a category waiting for a market. Newer devices have offered more polished looks and subtly different functions, but no large changes in device capabilities or usage. With smartwatch functions established, it is now up to consumers to decide if they want them, rather than technology companies providing more reasons,? says James Moar on his research report.
A couple of months ago a patent teased that Apple Watch 2 is going to have an emergency feature. Apple Watch 2 will be able to send alerts to user?s family when he is caught in some emergency. Apple Watch 2 is also packing Siri. ?To me, Siri is much more useful on the watch than on the iPhone because it?s always right there on your wrist and you can use it hands free by just saying, ?hey, Siri?.If this feature was faster and more accurate, I would use Siri on my Apple Watch all the time to set reminders, add notes, text my wife, and do loads of other things on the go,? said Jeremy Olson, founder and lead designer at Tapity.
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