You Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple Watch

You Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple Watch

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Surenix, a designer of several popular Cydia tweaks, has released 'Power', an app for the Apple Watch that lets you easily check the battery life of your iPhone.

Have you ever wanted to just check the battery life on your iPhone but felt like walking across the room or perhaps even reaching into your pocket was a hassle? Now you can with Power right on your Apple Watch!

With Power you can easily see, in real-time, your iPhone battery life with a single tap or swipe on your Apple Watch. You are also provided with useful information, including indications of when your iPhone is charging or whether it has been fully charged.


You can purchase Power from the App Store for $0.99.

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You Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple WatchYou Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple WatchYou Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple Watch

You Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple WatchYou Can Now Display the Battery Life of Your iPhone on Your Apple Watch
Where da steve - June 19, 2015 at 10:29pm
wow. People actually have to pay for this shit?
Sona - June 19, 2015 at 7:20pm
Yup thats first gen Apple Watch for yall. You have to pay to check your phone's battery when your watch is connected to your phone all the time.
Suna - June 19, 2015 at 8:33pm
That's apple watch features for ya! Paying to do most things with iPhone but overall have the watch without it for how much it does 24/7. Not to mention most people have their phone out nearly all day.
Sona - June 19, 2015 at 9:28pm
You meant feature that is suppose to be implemented within the base WatchOS and should be free. All other smart watches offer this crap for free and its surprising Apple didnt think of it. So far my Apple Watch has been useless other than just reading notification/messages.
Suna - June 19, 2015 at 9:34pm
You mean the feature that is already now available to anyone that didn't mention paying for it! Apple did think of it because they made their own version for their own platform, just did it way after other watches. My Apple watch is without a doubt to me a real helper in my daily stuff!
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