In the almost 2-weeks I've had my Airpods, my Apple Watch battery has ended the day the a lot lower than expected. It's gone into reserve mode on me twice, and been close to it on the other days. 25% or less. Before AirPods, my series 0 38mm sports watch has gone into reserve mode exactly 3 times in the 1.5 years I've had it. I've typically ended the day between 30-40% left, and that's with a 45 minute daily workout. I've only used my Watch to control the Airpods during my workout, to change tracks or volume. Otherwise, since I've been back to work this week, I'm using the Airpods at my desk, streaming from my MacBook Pro. Do the Airpods remain connected to the Watch at all times? The music controls on my watch have no effect on Airpods while listening from my Mac. I guess it's technically possible that my Watch battery is starting to decay...but since the Airpods are the only other new variable, I'm thinking they're causing excessive drain. How could I test this?