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9to5Mac filters out details about Apple Watch performance and battery

El primer juego de terceros para el Apple Watch está siendo creado por Nimblebit

Something that we are waiting for many on the Apple Watch is, above its price, its specifications . Tim Cook said we’ll be charging it every day, but exactly how many hours will that battery last? And how often will its processor be? 9to5Mac sources have had access to what Apple wants to get .

9to5Mac filters out details about Apple Watch performance and battery9to5Mac filters out details about Apple Watch performance and battery

Apparently, Apple has preferred to sacrifice some battery power in favor of a higher-quality display and a more powerful processor that almost equals the A5 processor present in the iPhone 4S. This, along with a simplified version of iOS codenamed SkyHill, will allow the interface to flow at 60 frames per second.

It’ll be fair enough, but it looks like the Apple Watch will last us a working day

The price: a battery that will last 2.5 hours in very intensive use and 3.5 hours in “standard” use. When we use the watch to quantify our physical activity, we will reach 4 hours of use. But don’t worry, we’re talking about uses where the screen is on. And most of the time the clock will be with the screen off, which is why Apple expects it to last about 19 hours .

One last piece of information is that it seems that the magnetic charger that Apple has designed to be able to power the Watch should do so in less time . Perhaps, according to the source, they have decided to leave the improvements they can develop for the second generation of the watch.

Remember: this is all information that Apple has not confirmed and therefore is far from official. We hope to have more reliable data as soon as the release date of the Apple Watch is closer.

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