I completely agree. Been 5 hours since I've unplugged it. Still at 100%. Usually down to about 85% by now. Being that this is probably the last watchOS 3 update, hopefully 4.0 doesn't kill the battery .As title says, the battery life on my original launch day watch is really good on the latest software update.
Being such a small update, there is very little risk in anything going "wrong". These final updates are just for stability and bug fixes. This will probably be the final watchOS 3 update till the fall.I'm going to give it a week or 2 to see how it pans out for more folks before I take the plunge lol.
I did the first day after the update. I did a re-pair, and it's been good since. I'm a couple hours into my day, and still at 100%. The first day, before the re-pair, I was probably at 85% by this time.Has anyone else had the OPPOSITE effect? Yesterday my watch got to 10% around 10 pm. Today it's almost dead at 7 pm, and I'm not even working out like I usually do (taking the week off for my birthday WOOT).
Yeah, I'm burning through about 7% an hour since the update. I've rebooted, repaired, disabled just about everything and still just terrible battery life. Before the update I'd end up with about 40% left by the time I went to bed. Now I'm lucky if the watch stays on until dinner time.Has anyone else had the OPPOSITE effect? Yesterday my watch got to 10% around 10 pm. Today it's almost dead at 7 pm, and I'm not even working out like I usually do (taking the week off for my birthday WOOT).
Oops I meant 10 hours not 22 hours22 hours into my day i am down to 20% left---everything was purring along with adequate (18 hours +/- ) battery from the update until yesterday... something is wrong and i dn know what.or how to fix... pairing and unpairing does not change anything.... another ideas???