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# 214237 3-May-2017 09:57
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Hi there

 

Has anyone with Apple Watch updated to the latest WatchOS 3.2? I am finding the battery charging time has dropped significantly since I updated to WatchOS3.2 (a couple of days ago). Normally 40 minutes or so on the charger gives me about 40-50% charge up quite easily. It has been giving me about 20-30% at present.

 

 


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  # 1775274 4-May-2017 06:45
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my Mrs has updated but doesn't pay attention to the charge times as it sits on charge over night.

 

I am interested if anyone else has your issue, I did have my watch burn through the battery a while ago but restarting it and re-pairing fixed it.


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  # 1775322 4-May-2017 08:14
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dickytim:

 

my Mrs has updated but doesn't pay attention to the charge times as it sits on charge over night.

 

I am interested if anyone else has your issue, I did have my watch burn through the battery a while ago but restarting it and re-pairing fixed it.

 

 

I find an occasional restart helps with battery. havent needed to go through repairing, which is soooo time consuming





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  # 1775350 4-May-2017 09:24
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I have done the restart. Now to the testing. I dont usually put my devices to charge overnight. I usually put the watch on the charger while i have my meals or shower. Charge it up just enough to get through the day and a bit. Maybe thats why I noticed it. Will report back when I have done some more testing


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  # 1775470 4-May-2017 11:43
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I have the same issue. I've had my watch almost 2 years. I wear it everyday, I know the battery life by heart. By the time I leave work it's normally at 57%, on average. I updated my watchOS yesterday and today it was at 15%. I have tried turning both my iPhone and watch off and back on, however I'm not seeing an improvement. It's odd.

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  # 1778262 9-May-2017 09:24
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am using watchOS 3.2 on a first gen Apple Watch, and am not seeing anything odd.

 

It's now 2hrs 20mins after I put on the watch when I left home this morning, and it is now at 99% full.


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  # 1778274 9-May-2017 09:45
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Will check battery life for a the next week then update and see what the battery life does

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