How to check the remaining battery on your Apple Watch

Yesterday we told you how to make reboot/restart or respring on your Apple Watch. Today we are going to show you a quick way to check the battery remaining on your Apple Watch. Unlike the iPhone or iPad, the Apple Watch doesn’t have a status bar where it displays the battery indicator by default.

There are a couple of ways you can check how much battery is remaining...

Battery Glance

On the Apple Watch, swipe up on the watch face to access Glances. Swipe from left to right or right to left to the Battery glance. It gives you information about how much battery is remaining, and an option to use Power Reserve mode to stretch available power.
Add Battery Indicator to Watch face

The other option is to add the battery indicator to your current watch face. You can add the battery indicator to Watch faces such as Modular, Color, Utility, Simple, Chronograph, and Mickey Mouse.
  • To add the battery indicator to the Watch face, firmly press the display on the watch face.
  • Tap Customize.
  • Then swipe to the left until you can choose individual feature locations,
  • Tap on the location you want to display the battery indicator.
  • Then turn the Digital Crown to select Battery.
  • After selecting Battery, press the Digital Crown to exit customization options for the Apple Watch.
That's it, now you will be able to see a battery indicator on the top right of your Apple Watch screen..


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