Amidst the stream of specs, battery life is a major contributing factor to the rise and fall of electronic devices.
Apple has finally revealed what we have been talking about for months: the Apple Watch. At Apple's big event on Tuesday, the company highlighted the wearable's revolutionary features, but one important element was missing.
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Amidst the stream of specs, battery life is a major contributing factor to the rise and fall of electronic devices. For some reason, Apple didn't talk about the battery life of the Apple Watch. This led critics, mostly Android users, to diss the wearable.
The pundits could be right. Sources revealed to Re/code that the Apple Watch has a one-day battery life - a capacity too short when compared to competing smartwatches. Apple has a good reason to worry.
Sources added that Apple is unhappy with the short battery life. The good news is that Apple has ample time to polish things. But a 2015 launch date could be too late, as noted by our very own chief editor Luigi Lugmayr.
In a response to an inquiry, Apple spokeswoman Nat Kerris confirmed that it can last up to a day, at least for now.
"We anticipate that people will charge nightly which is why we designed an innovative charging solution that combines our MagSafe technology and inductive charging,” Kerris added.
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