Battery down in airplane mode

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by Tresbubu, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. Tresbubu macrumors newbie

    Tresbubu

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    #1
    Hello to everyone,
    i am a new italian user...excuse for my english!

    I have a problem that seems uncommon on the Italian forums.

    I own a series 0 apple watch that if put in airplane mode it loses about 10% of charging in the night ... always shutting it off.
    because?
    it's normal?
    from what little I found around looks like you but nobody knows why!

    Thanks
     
  2. ideal.dreams macrumors 68020

    ideal.dreams

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    #2
    Welcome aboard. You say in the title that you’re putting your watch in airplane mode, yet in your post you say that you’re shutting it off. Which is it specifically?

    If you’re leaving your watch on in and in airplane mode during the night, are you wearing it? If so, it may still be recording your heart rate every 10 minutes, unless you’ve disabled that also.
     
  3. Tresbubu thread starter macrumors newbie

    Tresbubu

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    Sorry, my english is really bad.
    No, I did not wear the watch at night, I leave it on the table in airplane mode.
    I have watchos on board 3 otherwise I could no longer use it with iphone 5c otherwise than 7, dock is empty, hey siri on but i tink does not work on the right black display?

    I called the apple support and they say my battery is still ok.

    I'm really confused, is my odd watch or they all work like this?

    Very Thanks.
     
  4. Zune55 macrumors 6502a

    Zune55

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    #4
    Try this: first book a flight then sit in airplane then put the watch in airplane mode then see how it goes. Maybe airplane mode is made when you sit in plane. Let us know how it goes.
     
  5. Tresbubu thread starter macrumors newbie

    Tresbubu

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    Sorry, I did not understand what I should do...

    do not I have to put in airplane mode?
     
  6. Tresbubu thread starter macrumors newbie

    Tresbubu

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    #6
    Simpatic like a finger in the ass!
    ****
     
  7. dave006 Contributor

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    Your usage would be fine if you are wearing your Watch while you sleep. The watch is active while you are wearing it even if Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are disabled via Airplane mode.

    Do you have a Sleep App that you use while sleeping?

    Dave
     
  8. Tresbubu thread starter macrumors newbie

    Tresbubu

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    No, i don't have app! I advise you a good one please!?
     

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