California: A new report claims that tech giant Apple is working on battery problems caused by the latest operating system version to be introduced for its smartwatch.
Complaints about the watch draining quickly have been reported by users on various social media platforms, including Apple’s own patches.
According to some users, the Apple Watch Ultra (which has a battery life of up to 36 hours) also finishes charging within three hours.
Users have been experiencing this issue since the latest update, WatchOS 10.1, rolled out in late October.
According to MacRumors, the company is now reportedly working on an update to fix these issues. However, Apple has not confirmed whether the update is currently in the works or rolling out.
Apple is trying to fix some of the problems that occur in its devices. The update to iOS 17.1 released last month for iPhones (update 17.1.1, which was released on Tuesday, November 7) was said to include more battery drain when two devices are paired. The consumption problem has been solved but apparently the problem is not completely solved.
Apple is currently testing WatchOS 10.2, which could potentially take months to roll out. But the company sometimes introduces smaller and less important updates to fix bugs and other issues like battery issues.