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[* black] A quick flick of the spudger allows usan opening tool is all it takes to removecoax out the Lithium-ion battery.
[* black] A quick flick of the spudger allows usan opening tool is all it takes to removecoax out the Lithium-ion battery.
[* black] This wee 3.8 V, 0.78 Wh lithium-ion battery is the power behind the 38 mm Apple Watch. No gears here! Apple claims the 205 mAh battery should provide up to 18 hours of life.
[* icon_reminder] According to Apple, the "battery performance claims are based on test results from the 38mm Apple Watch. A 42mm Apple Watch typically experiences longer battery life."
[* black] A 205 mAh battery seems miniscule in comparison to the 300 mAh batteries found in the [guide|28891|Moto 360|stepid=68745|new_window=true] and [guide|27038|Samsung Gear Live|stepid=66770|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] Hopefully Apple's Watch OS is optimized for maximum battery efficiency preventing the Apple Watch from suffering from the same battery problems that were [http://gizmodo.com/moto-360-hands-on-the-one-weve-been-waiting-for-proba-1630875506|reported|new_window=true] with the Moto 360.