Apple will release its new Watch Series 8 this fall, and it’s great to see that there’s already a lot of info available online regarding the upcoming smartwatch. There are plenty of rumors out there, but sometimes truth begins like that!
9to5Mac informs that Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman claims that Low Power Mode will arrive for Apple’s upcoming Watch Series 8.
Using apps and features during Low Power Mode will still be possible
What the feature does, as you’ve probably already guessed, is that it will save battery life by still allowing the user to run apps and features on the wearable. This is great news, considering that the “Power Reserve Mode” that’s already present on Apple Watches doesn’t know how to save battery life without temporarily shutting down apps and other functionalities of the devices.
YouTuber HotshotTek claims to have found out some important specs of the Apple Watch Series 8, and you can hear his thoughts below:
The upcoming wearable will feature a rectangular shape, and we can surely say that it looks pretty good and creates a modern vibe.
According to phonearena.com, Apple will unveil its Apple Watch Series 8, most likely alongside the iPhone 14 flagship lineup. That means that both devices should come out at some point in September. Until that date, we’ll surely learn a lot more about both iPhone 14 and the Apple Watch Series 8. What’s for sure is that Apple has some impressive plans for the near future! The Cupertino-based giant has always had impressive stuff to prove in the hardware area.
In the end, we have to take Gurman’s rumor regarding the Apple Watch Series 8 with a grain of salt. The journalist has said before that a Lower Power Mode would be available for watchOS 9, but that information turned out to be false.