According to Macrumors reports, some foreign Apple Watch Series 5 users have encountered battery problems: Even if the Apple Watch still has enough power, they may still shut down automatically.
According to foreign media analysis, this may be caused by the inconsistency between the remaining power of Apple Watch Series 5 and the power reading of the device. Some users reported that before the latest update, their Apple Watch had a more accurate battery. Under watchOS 6.2.8, your Apple Watch will report that the device is still at 100% power for at least 5-6 hours, and then the power of the device will drop to about 53%, and then suddenly shut down. After restarting, the remaining power reported by the device is still 53%, but if it is not placed on the charger, the device will shut down again.
Other users have also reported similar problems, that is, Apple Watch will shut down when about 50% of the power is still available. At the same time, some users have reported that they have also encountered a device’s battery stuck at 100% for about 4-9 hours until about about 4-9 hours are left. Sudden shutdown when the battery is 15-33%.
Since Apple Watch Series 5 was first released in September 2019, users have been complaining about its battery life and watchOS updates. It is not clear what are the issues with Apple Watch Series 5.
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