How to fix Apple Watch battery issues

The Apple Watch’s battery is an absolute beast, and while the device’s battery life has improved in recent months, the watch faces are still quite susceptible to over-use.

That said, there are a few things you can do to reduce your watch battery life in your iPhone or iPad.

If you’re concerned about your battery life on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, here are some tips you can use to save your battery.1.

Change your watch faces regularly.

You can make changes to your Apple Watch faces regularly using the Watch app on your iPhone.

You’ll notice your watch face will have a new “Wear” button, and a new battery icon will appear.

Press this to quickly change your watch’s brightness.

For example, if you use a color temperature display, you’ll see the brightness of the display change from bright green to bright red.2.

Use a power bank.

If your watch is charging in your pocket, or on a charger, you can easily add a battery bank to the watch face.

Power banks are a simple way to add a charge to your iPhone, or iPod Touch, and also save battery life.

You only need to tap the “Add Battery” button and enter the name of the battery bank you want to add.3.

Turn on notifications.

In addition to the “Change” and “Turn on notifications” options, there’s a “Turn On Notification” button on the top of the Apple Watch face.

Pressing this button will immediately launch an Apple Watch app, where you’ll be able to see notifications and receive reminders from Apple Watch.4.

Reduce battery consumption.

Apple Watch owners will probably have more problems than us.

If Apple Watch doesn’t charge or get cold, it can cause problems.

A good rule of thumb is that you should try to take it out of your pocket at least twice a day.

To get a feel for how long it will take to charge and turn on notifications, check out this Apple Watch watch battery test.