When the Apple Watch comes to your smartphone, it’s a new day, and the company’s got an iPhone 6S to thank for it
The Apple Watch has become a brand new thing in the smartphone market, with its popularity growing and evolving with each generation.
Apple is now releasing new products with every generation of the iPhone, so it’s not hard to see why its phones are now so popular.
But while the iPhone 6s is one of the most powerful smartphones to ever hit the market, it does have a few problems with the device that will be a major problem for the next iPhone.
The biggest is the fact that it doesn’t have a full-size battery, which is something that most of the smartphone makers have been doing for years.
The Apple Watch is designed to offer a battery life of up to 10 days on a single charge, with an average of 6 hours of talk time and 30 minutes of video call time.
But Apple has introduced a new charging option for the Apple watch which, like most charging solutions, is a combination of a battery charger and a USB cable.
This allows users to plug in the Applewatch’s USB-C charging cable to their phone and then use the phone’s USB port to charge the watch.
It’s a smart feature, and one that makes charging the AppleWatch a lot easier, but it does mean that you’ll need to keep an eye on your battery life.
The iPhone 6 will offer a maximum of six hours of battery life, which works out to roughly two and a half hours of use per charge.
The iPhone 6 Plus is slightly more powerful, with a battery capacity of nine hours, which gives it an average battery life rate of 5.6 hours per charge, or 1.5 hours per day.
But if you are constantly using your phone, you will want to consider upgrading your iPhone to the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, which will offer better battery life and a faster charging rate.