Here is how you can enable and disable Power Reserve mode on your Apple Watch

Apple Watch 2 brings in some changes and updates over its previous models. One of such change is a much improved battery life. According to Apple, the new versions of Apple Watch models can offer a battery that lasts all day after an overnight charge. Apple Watch includes a very useful feature called Power Reserve that gives you more time with your wearable (up to 72 hours).

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Basically, if your battery gets too low, you can put your Apple Watch into Power Reserve mode. Once enabled, Power Reserve mode will shut down all watch functionality such as fitness tracking, heart rate monitoring and messaging, while still displaying the time. In other words, you can only use your watch as a basic time-telling device and nothing more.

In this guide, we will run you through the steps to enable and disable Power Reserve mode on your Apple Watch.

Steps to enable and disable Power Reserve mode on your Apple Watch

  1. Steps to enable Power Reserve mode on your Apple Watch

If you are now using a modern version of WatchOS, you can use the steps below to enable Power Reserve mode

Step one: First off, you need to swipe up on the main watch face to enter Control Center. Once you are in, all you need to do is to look for the battery screen and you simply need to tap on the battery percentage indicator to proceed

Step two: Once you are done, you are now supposed to tap on Power Reserve mode to complete the task

  • If you are now using older versions of WachOS, here is how you can enable Power Reserve mode

Step one: You first need to hold down the Power button on your Apple Watch.

Step two: Next up, you just need to swipe right on Power Reserve to activate the mode on your Apple Watch

Once you have enabled Power Reserve mode, your Apple Watch screen will turn into a simple clock face, which displays in green when you press the side button.

  1. Steps to disable Power Reserve mode on your Apple Watch

The process is pretty simple, all you have to do is to hold down the Power button on your Apple Watch until you see the Apple logo. Once you are done, your Apple Watch will reboot to save changes.

Power Reserve mode is a great feature on Apple Watch, as it allows your Watch to last up to 72 hours. We recommend you keep it on when your Apple Watch’s battery gets low.

Also read: AirPods get disconnected from iPhone during calls? Here is the fix

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