Preserving the battery life on the Apple Watch can be difficult, especially when you have the mindset that you just got a shiny new gadget and can't keep your hands off of it because it's so cool. But there are some steps that you can take to reduce power consumption by a great deal.
After getting my Apple Watch Sport, I noticed that the battery seemed to drain very quickly -- much faster than I anticipated. While reports were suggesting
that the Apple Watch would actually decrease the battery life on my iPhone, I noticed quite the opposite in that my iPhone's battery life seems mostly un-impacted, while the Apple Watch, on the other hand, likes to die relatively quickly. As a result, I went off on a research tangent to try and find out what I could do to keep it alive longer, and in this post, we're going to share with you some tips and tricks we found for keeping your Apple Watch alive as long as possible.
1. It's An OLED Display... Take Advantage of it!
The Apple Watch comes with a new OLED display. This is the first time Apple has implemented a display