Apple launched its new devices at the “Far Out” event six days ago on September 7th. At the event, the company introduced the new iPhone 14 series, Apple Watch Series 8, and AirPods Pro 2nd Gen. The devices come with many significant and innovative features. However, Apple hadn’t announced the Apple Watch Series 8’s battery capacities at the event. Here are the details about Apple Watch Series 8 battery capacities.
New Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen)
New Apple Watches come with many new important features in terms of Health, Sport, and Life. As an example, with the new temperature sensor, the watch can now track your sleep and cycle. The sensor also lets you keep tabs on what external factors impact your regular rest. It can also monitor polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and predicted ovulation based on skin temperature. Apple will also secure all the cycle tracking data with end-to-end encryption for privacy.
On the battery side, Apple provides users with good battery life, but it can change according to your usage. While the Apple Watch Series 8 can go for up to 18 hours, the Apple Watch Ultra comes with up to 36 hours of battery life. With the low-power mode, Series 8 offers up to 36 hours while the Ultra can go for up to 60 hours. The Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen) also comes with the same battery life as Series 8.
Here is the list of Apple Watch Series 8 and Watch SE battery capacities:
- Apple Watch SE (39mm): 245mAh
- Apple Watch SE (44mm): 296mAh
- Apple Watch Series 8 (41mm): 282mAh
- Apple Watch Series 8 (45mm): 308mAh
- Apple Watch Ultra: 542mAh
Apple Watch Series 8 and Watch SE Prices
The Apple Watch Series 8 price starts at $399 for a 41-millimeter, GPS-only model and $499 for the GPS + cellular version. The 45-millimeter size model will start at $429, and go up to $529 for cellular support. In addition, the Apple Watch Ultra costs $799, and Watch SE (2022) costs $249.