Apple Watch is notoriously consuming battery when it is compared to other smartwatches like Fitbit Ionic, Samsung Gear and others. However, people always like to use excellent features of Apple Watch. For a change, forget those notifications, complications and other cool features offered by Apple Watch, and just use it as a watch. You can save a lot of battery life on your smart watch. All you need is to enable Power Reserve Mode on Apple Watch.
When you turn on Power Reserve Mode in watchOS 4 in Apple Watch, all the essential features are disabled except for the current time, which is shown in green.
How to Enable Power Reserve Mode in watchOS 4 on Apple Watch
Step #1: First, you need to check that your Apple Watch is showing a Watch Face.
Step #2: Now bring up the Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of the watch.
Step #3: Next, you need to tap on Battery Percentage option.
Step #4: Your Apple Watch screen shows Battery Remaining, and under this, there is POWER RESERVE button. Tap on this button.
Step #5: Finally tap on Proceed.
How to Disable Power Reserve Mode on Apple Watch
You don’t need to follow steps to disable Power Reserve Mode on your Apple Watch. Simply press and hold the side button on your Apple Watch. This action will restart your smart watch; it will take a couple of seconds. Note that the restart time depends on the watch model you own.
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