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Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by MrInquestador, Dec 7, 2018.
is that good or great?
It varies from user to user. As long as mine lasts until I put it on the charger each night, I am happy with my AW4.
It depends, if you've worked out twice in those 32 hours, then I'd say it's probably fine, but if you haven't done anything that would strain the battery, you should be getting at least 48 IMO
I’m getting two days out of my Series 4 44mm before charging, similar to the battery performance I had on my previous Series 2. I’ve found that the minimum Brightness setting is more than adequate during these short winter days so that’s helping battery life. The display is still surprisingly bright even on minimum.
Depends on so many factors. How many notifications are you sending to it. How many workouts are you doing. How much are you using it and the apps installed on it. One users mileage varies greatly from the next.
I worked out twice in those 32 hours - 1 hour per session. The watch has been on my wrist that whole duration as well. What’s the usual standby time when not being used. GPS and Wifi turned off and not connected with my iPhone. I noticed a 5% discharge from 100%. Then from 76%, it dropped to 66% overnight. Normal?
Sounds good. I’m getting good time out of my S4. Using it a lot more then I did my S2 as I was dreading using any apps on that since it was pretty slow.
That's probably pretty decent then. And yeah, that's about the drop I've been seeing overnight too, unfortunately.
6.00 - 21.00
100% - 70%
an hour of excersing, tracking and recording (gps, wifi on), listening musi from the watch around an hour a day (airpods). very light usage during the day. screen is on min brigthness.