By now, you’ve probably heard that Apple’s wearable, the Watch, is a battery-powered thing.
Now, thanks to the company’s $35,000 Kickstarter campaign, you can buy a pair of wristwatches powered by the same battery that powers the iPhone.
And you can make them run for hours.
That means that Apple Watch batteries aren’t just a battery that’s easy to charge up, they’re also battery-efficient, too.
You can recharge the Watch’s batteries in a couple of minutes, with the Watch running on about 200mAh.
That’s pretty impressive, given that the Watch uses the same 12-watt battery as the iPhone 7 Plus and the Watch Sport.
The new Watch, by comparison, uses the new 18-wock battery in the Watch Style, which is more expensive than the watch itself, but offers a better battery life than the battery in its predecessor.
Apple has also introduced a number of accessories for the Watch.
The Watch Sport has a new watch face with three colored LEDs, which can help it read notifications.
The Sport also has a wireless charging case, which comes with a cable to attach the Watch to your phone, allowing you to charge your Watch from any place.
The watch also has an extra-large stainless steel watch band, which will fit around the wrist of most people.
You’ll also need to attach a Bluetooth speaker to the back of the Watch in order to listen to music while it charges.
The battery in your Watch isn’t the only thing it can charge, though.
The company says it’s working on a second battery that can take about 30% of the current battery power, which would give the Watch about 3 hours of battery life.
The Watch’s design also seems to have gotten a boost from the iPhone 8 Plus, which includes a new “glass and aluminum” frame that makes the Watch feel like a real piece of technology.
But it also has another big advantage over the iPhone: the Watch will only work with Apple’s own Apple Pay, which lets you pay with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the back.
(There’s a way to buy a second Apple Pay card, but it’s not supported by the Watch yet.)
The Watch will also run on a number more third-party apps, including Google Play Music and Amazon.com.