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Apple Watch charging super slow makes users complain

According to user reports on the MacRumors forums, Reddit, and Apple's community support page, some Apple Watch Series 7 users have experienced issues after updating to wachtOS 8.3.

One Reddit member wrote, "Last night I updated my watch to watchOS 8.3 and plugged it into a 3rd party charger. However, when I came back an hour later the battery only increased to 2%. . I tried again with my friend's watch and same result."

This is not the only report related to third-party chargers. In many cases, the Apple Watch will charge for a few minutes and then stop charging suddenly. Restarting can help the device charge faster, but this isn't a long-term solution for everyone, as charging or slow charging still recurs.

Besides, a small number of users also have difficulty charging the Apple Watch with the charger provided by Apple. "The problem happened after the watchOS 8.3 update, the watch only charged 2% in 10 minutes." This is probably an extremely slow charging feature that Apple has reserved for the Watch Series 7." A member of the MacRumors forum shared.

Complaints regarding the Apple Watch Series 7 have been around since November, and Apple has addressed the slow charging issue through the watchOS 8.1.1 update. However, some users continue to have problems even after installing the new version, many even get errors.

Most affected Apple Watch models are Series 7 but according to reports from some users, the Apple Watch Series 6 is also experiencing the same error.

Apple has not yet responded to this issue, we wait for the next new update for Apple Watch to fix this problem for all users.

You are using Apple Watch but do not know how to save battery so that it can be used longer. The following article will share with you how to optimize Apple Watch battery life effectively.

The Apple Watch is one of the most premium smartwatches on the market today, however, compared to competitors like Fitbit and Garmin, it has weaker battery life.

Although the Apple Watch Series 7 launched recently with faster charging, the one downside to the entire lineup is its poor battery life. Apple claims a full charge of the Apple Watch will provide up to 18 hours of use, but this time can be reduced by a number of factors from software to hardware. So what should you do if your Apple Watch runs out of battery too quickly?

Why does Apple Watch battery drain so fast?

Do not update software: Keeping software up to date and patches are the way to effectively improve battery health. Apple recommends that users regularly update to the latest software, but you should upgrade a few days after the version is released to ensure there are no bugs.

Pairing issues: Apple Watch consumes more power if it has trouble staying connected or disconnects from iPhone. Make sure you always have Bluetooth enabled on your iPhone and try pairing the watch with your phone again if you notice anything wrong.

Old equipment: Old devices don't perform as well as they did when they were new. This is especially true for batteries. Depending on the age of the Apple Watch, the battery may be nearing the end of its useful life, thus causing a battery situation, a virtual battery, a fast battery drain, etc.

Weather: Batteries do not perform well in extreme heat or cold or sudden environmental changes. Apple recommends that Apple Watch work best in temperatures between 0° and 35° C.

How to fix

Apple recommends that users turn off heart rate monitoring during exercise to optimize battery life. This may reduce the accuracy of calorie counts, but is an option to consider. Open the Watch app on your iPhone, go to My Watch > Privacy > Mobility & Fitness > turn off Heart Rate.

The screen is one of the factors that consume the most battery on electronic devices, and the Apple Watch is no exception. You should consider lowering the screen's brightness, disabling the always-on display mode, and reducing the screen wake-up time. You can adjust all three options by going to Settings > Brightness & Display on your Apple Watch.

Additionally, disabling the wrist wake-up gesture will ensure your Apple Watch's screen doesn't automatically light up when it's not needed. On iPhone, open the Clock app > My Watch > General > Wake Screen > turn off Wake on Wrist Raise. Once done, restart your Apple Watch and iPhone.

On older Apple Watches, you should consider disabling watchOS animations. This will put less strain on the watch's hardware and battery. Open iPhone, go to Watch > My Watch > General > Accessibility > turn on Reduce Motion.

You can also turn off apps running in the background to save power. Press the button on the right side of your Apple Watch, then use the digital crown to scroll through apps. Select an app to close by swiping from right to left and tap the red close button to close it.

If none of these solutions fix the battery drain, then your watch most likely has more serious hardware problems. You should consider going to reputable stores or centers for warranty or repair.

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