Like the iPhone, the Apple Watch also requires attention to the health of your battery. If it is a new, recently used watch, most likely it is still scoring 100% – however, if it is a more used watch, there is a good chance that it has dropped by 5 to 10%.
A battery with a lower percentage of battery health naturally means that your Apple Watch will have less usage time between charges. Aware of this, you can understand and calculate how much usage time approximately the current charge can yield until it is recharged again.
Find out how to check the battery health of your Apple Watch:
Step 1: enter your smartwatch settings, scroll down and click on “Battery”.
Step 2: on the screen that will open, scroll down to find the “Battery Health” option.
Step 3: under “Battery Capacity”, you will see the percentage of your Apple Watch’s battery health.