Tips To Save The Battery Life On Your SmartWatch
Every time you buy a new smart device, the first question that you ask yourself is how to save battery life on this new gadget. You'd be surprised how many people trying to figure out what they need to do in order to maximize the battery life on their smartwatch.
Here in this article, I will discuss how to save battery life on your smart watch.
Turn down the display brightness:
Smartwatches have bright displays so that we can see them clearly under all conditions. However, this also means that they consume a lot of power. So whenever possible, try turning down the brightness of your watch as much as possible. This will help keep the watch alive for longer periods of time when it is not in use or when it is not necessary to have full brightness available.
Enable power saving mode:
If you're going to be away from a charger, it's a good idea to enable power-saving mode. This will disable features like always-on display so that your watch can last longer between charges.
Turn off wifi, Bluetooth, and GPS when not in use:
Smartwatches have a lot of sensors that collect data about your activity and surroundings. This is useful for fitness tracking and other applications but it also drains the battery quickly. If you don't need these features or have them turned off already, then disable them to save power.
Delete the apps you don't use and stop them from running in the background:
If you have a lot of apps on your smartwatch, then chances are some of them are running in the background at any given moment. These apps will drain your watch's battery even if they're not doing anything at the moment. To find out which apps are running in the background, go into Settings > Battery and scroll down until you see an entry for "Running Services." This will show all apps currently running on your watch, along with how much time they've been active for since last reboot (or last time they were run). If there are apps listed here that aren't being used regularly, then delete them so they won't be draining your battery while they're inactive!
If you want your smartwatch to last for the entire day, then you may want to try these tips out. For most people, this small investment in battery life can save a lot of headaches throughout the day.