If you are expecting too much battery life from iWatch then please let your expectation run a bit low. A report from The Information mentions about the sources hinting of a lower battery life for the new iWatch. Now, this is slightly disturbing when some of the smart watch companies are claiming the battery life of their products to be quite higher. Also, given the fact that Apple was expected to work on a higher battery life of it’s products.
There have been several reports in the past which hint about wireless charging of the iWatch. That could be a plus if Apple iWatch implements the sleep tracking feature. What we are expecting is that the iWatch might certainly come packed with the health tracking feature as this is something that almost all the smart watches are having, and the iWatch missing is just not affordable for Apple. Also, it could also have the NFC included looking at Apple trying to negotiate terms with various transaction companies.
Apple might introduce the iWatch in the September 9 event, while it’s expected that the launch might happen in the next year.