Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has already confirmed that Apple Watch Battery life is short, and it needs to be charged daily.
“We think people are going to use it so much,” said Cook, “you will end up charging it daily.”
Sleep monitoring trend has spawned an industry expected to reach $100 million in the next couple years, and consumers have higly been anticipating this feature in the upcoming Apple Watch.
The Pebble watch, along the Morpheuz app, already has the ability to monitor your sleep, by tracking your movement durting the night and trasmitting the data back to Moprheuz app on your phone.
The press release stated:
The Misfit app for Pebble has been updated to enable continuous, roundtheclock activity tracking and sleep monitoring (thanks to Pebble’s classleading multiday battery life).
While the Pebble Watch needs to be charged once every 3 days or so, using continuous activity monitoring seems to reduce its battery life significantly, forcing you to recharge it every day.
Knowing that you have to charge your Apple Watch daily, and that you can’t be wearing the watch while charging it, concludes that sleep monitoring is one of those features that we won’t see any time soon in the Apple Watch.
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