The Apple Watch event is scheduled for later today and now we have some more details on some features of the device.
According to a recent report by TechCrunch, the Apple Watch will only deliver notifications when the device is worn, and when you take it off the notifications will stop.
The report also mentions some details on the battery in the device, it will apparently take just two hours to charge and notifications will stop when the device reaches 10 percent power.
“Here’s a tidbit you might not know — in order to receive notifications from apps, the Watch must be on your wrist and locked. They require contact with your skin. There will be no in-app dropdown notifications or constant pinging while it’s off your wrist. Push notifications also cease when the battery reaches 10 percent. Those decisions speak to the care with which Apple is handling notifications.”
Apple are expected to announced the launch date of the Apple Watch later today, the device will go on sale some time in April and we are expecting to get full price details on all three models, all we know so far is that prices will start at $349.
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