Apple Watch ‘Series 6’ could use smaller batteries than Series 5


The Apple Watch Series 6 may have comparable or shorter battery life compared to previous models, with regulatory filings indicating that there could be three different battery sizes in use, with two of the three being smaller than the latest generation and a bigger one.

Apple’s refinements with the Apple Watch series have led to more power efficient wearable devices, maximizing battery life for users to get through the day. Initial regulatory filings for the next model suggest Apple could build on its energy efficiency improvements.

Deposits with 3D, Safety Korea and UL Demco seen by MySmartPrice reveal a trio of batteries submitted by Apple for use in the Apple Watch 6 series. The filing, which includes photographs of the components, reveals three model numbers for the batteries: A2306, A2345 and A2327.

The three batteries have different capacities, with the A2327 having the largest capacity at 303.8 mAh. The A2345 and A2306 have lower capacities of 265.9mAh and 262.9mAh respectively.

The different capacities can be due to several reasons, for example for different sizes of models, or for versions with LTE on models without cellular connectivity.

Based on Apple’s power saving gains for the next generation, there’s a good chance that it will offer at least the same battery life as the Series 5, albeit the larger model. ability has a chance to offer more time between charges.


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