An image of a 334 mAh battery of the Apple Watch 2 has emerged online. This may indicate that the upcoming wearable will have an improved battery. MacRumors first reported on the image that was found on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo. They admitted that there is no proof of the authenticity of the image so we’d advise our readers to take the information with a grain of salt.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had said an Apple Watch 2 with a higher capacity battery would launch later this year. The present Apple Watch battery supports up to 18 hours of mixed usage and up to 72 hours in Power Reserve mode on a single charge. So it’s not surprising that a larger battery would lead to better battery back-up.
Expected to be released alongside the iPhone 7 this September, Apple Watch 2 is expected to have a FaceTime camera for video chatting. Meanwhile, Nike has released a redesigned Nike+Running app for iPhone, ahead of the phone’s (probable) September launch.
Meanwhile, Nike has released a redesigned Nike+Running app for iPhone, ahead of the phone’s (probable) September launch. According to 9to5Mac, the redesign smartphone app will be called Nike+ Run Club, and it’ll apparently come with support for the GPS feature that is coming to the Apple Watch 2. Nike says that the goals are meant to change as the users grow. “Whatever your goal, your Nike+ Coach has a plan for you. One that STARTS with your goals and fitness LEVEL, and ADAPTS as you progress.” Some of the new features of the app, includes:
- Coaching plans now adapt to your schedule and progress.
- More fun and personal post-run sharing than ever.
- Compare and compete with your friends by hash-tagging runs.
- Leave your phone at home and run free with Apple Watch.
Nike+ Run Club is available now on the App Store for free.