As of late, speculation states the Apple Watch will be required to be charged every night. The New York Times reports that the upcoming watch will have a “Power Reserve” mode to further extend the wearables battery life. The low power mode will only display the time and will only consume a small portion of the battery.
This mode sounds like it will be killing the smart features of the watch, functioning as a traditional watch. Disabling features such as push notifications and syncing with the iPhone. Apple sent out its “Spring Forward” March 9 event invitations to members of the press last week. The company is expected to unveil more details regarding the Apple Watch.