The Apple Watch finally became official this week during an Apple event that was one of the most elaborate yet. One big question that remained afterward, however, was battery life.
Recently, Apple spokesman Nat Kerris revealed that the Watch currently lasts "about a day right now."
Although there's certainly room for improvement, that's also about the same standard for other advanced wearables like those running Android Wear. Initial reports put the Motorola Moto 360 also at around a day, but the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch and the G Watch R are expected to do two days on a charge.
Either way, Apple's Watch won't be coming to market until February, and given that the Cupertino company still hasn't released official battery life figures for the device, it's likely they'll be working to improve it until then.
if you lok at the higher end price with the gold and metal straps they look more "Adult" approved like you stated. Look at all the 18 models available before you comment.
well they've had what....9 so far, and that's just on the iphone