A number of Apple Watch owners have been complaining about battery drain after installing the latest watchOS version 10.1. Photo/Engadget
WASHINGTON – A number of Apple Watch owners are busy complaining about battery drain after installing the latest watchOS version 10.1. This problem finally received serious attention from the company.
As reported by Engadget, Monday (6/11/2023), this problem affects many models, including old models such as the Watch SE and Watch Series 5, to new versions such as the Apple Watch Ultra 2.
Unmitigated, users complained that the WatchOS 10.1 update was able to drain the battery power from 100 to 50% in less than 60 minutes.
Now, Apple has acknowledged the problem in an internal memo seen by MacRumors. They also promised that a fix will arrive in a future WatchOS update.
Apple said in a memo that this issue will be fixed in a watchOS update as soon as possible. Unfortunately, it is not yet known when this update will begin to be presented to users.
Until now, Apple itself is still shy about revealing the date. So let’s just wait for developments in the future.