Last year, Apple unveiled their first wearable device, the Apple Watch. The details are a little scarce about the tablet, and there’s no exact availability date available at the moment.
We’ve seen some details about what the Watch may come with, but a new report from 9to5Mac sheds some light on some aspects of the Apple Watch, specifically the battery timing which is of immense importance to a majority of users.
According to the folks at 9to5Mac, the Apple Watch comes with a powerful Apple S1 processor, and a a high-quality display. The processor found inside the wearable can offer users with a similar performance as the Apple A5 chip, and runs a stripped-down version of iOS codenamed SkiHill.
As far as the battery life is concerned, the report mentions it may fall short of expectations. Report suggests that Apple is aiming for a 19 hours of use for a normal user while active application use would last somewhere between 2.5-4 hours. It should be able to offer approximately 2-3 days in either the standby or low-power modes, which isn’t too impressive.
There’s no word on when users will be able to purchase it, but we’ll let you know as soon as we hear more.