The Apple Watch was announced back in September at Apple’s press event, the device will go on sale some time in early 2015, although the company has yet to reveal the full specifications for the device.
We previously heard a rumor that the Apple Watch would last for around one full day, and that the device would need charged on a daily basis, and now Apple CEO, Tim Cook has shared some information about the battery life.
The Apple CEO recently confirmed that the Apple Watch will need to be charged on a daily basis, “You’re going to wind up charging it daily,”, although he did not give any specific’s on exactly how long the battery of the device would last.
We suspect that Apple has not released details about the exact battery life on the device, as this is something that the company is working on improving before the launch early next year.
There will be three versions of Apple’s new smartwatch, The Apple Watch, the Watch Sport and the Watch Edition, the entry level model will retail for $349.
As yet Apple has not revealed any details on how much the other two models will cost, although the Watch Edition is said to be made from solid gold, and could end up being expensive.
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