Something’s wrong with your Apple Watch clocks, and it’s not just the latest models that are affected.
In the end, those who were hoping this year would finally bring more far-reaching changes to Apple Watch history had to be disappointed, as the Apple Watch Series 9, which debuted in September, only improved the design that had proven… His efficiency. Recipe, adding gesture control to the reference, as well as a somewhat improved second generation Apple Watch Ultra.
The WatchOS 10 operating system, which debuted with the new watches, also carried an unpleasant surprise, which Apple is now forced to correct next.
Based on user forum posts, the first A 9to5Mac Draw attention to himSince installing the WatchOS 10.1 update, many owners have complained that their Apple smartwatches are draining faster than expected, and the problem affects not only the latest models, but also older versions such as the Apple Watch Series 4.
Although the people of Cupertino did not issue a statement in this regard, MacRumors However, he got it from several sources To a note intended for internal use, based on which Apple also knows about the bug and is already working on the necessary software fix. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been revealed exactly when the update could be implemented, and the company document only states that the patch will arrive “soon,” so hopefully those affected won’t have to live with their worn-out smartwatches for too long.