The Apple Watch is the company's much-anticipated first attempt at putting an iOS gadget on your wrist. The company's upcoming gadget might fall victim to the issue that plagues almost every major smartwatch: Battery life.
The company packed a powerful S1 processor into the gadget and some powerful sensors for fitness tracking. All of that power, 9to5Mac reports, comes at a massive cost: The Apple Watch's battery will only last through two hours of "heavy" use.
No matter how complex a classic watch looks on the inside, the function is the same. It tells time.
The Apple Watch will do what a watch does, while also vibrating if your phone gets a text or an email. The fact that the Apple Watch could stop telling time if you spend more than two hours using it gives classic watches a healthy lead.