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How to use the Watch App on iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus to check battery life

The Apple Watch app for iPhone and Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV, will soon be able to display battery usage.

In a statement, Apple said that the new update, iOS 11.1.1, will make it easier for users to check the battery level on their watch.

WatchOS 4 is the latest update to Apple’s watchOS 4 operating system, which is now widely adopted by developers for smartwatches.

WatchKit, a developer framework built into the Watch app that adds additional functionality, will also be available to developers soon.

In the latest Watch app update, users will see a checkbox labeled Battery Status, which will give a summary of the current battery status on the watch.

Users can then tap the checkbox to open the Battery Check screen.

When the battery gauge is visible, users can tap the battery indicator to check its current value and then swipe the bottom left corner to reveal the Battery Usage tool.

When the battery is full, users swipe the left edge of the screen to show a new Status Bar and tap the icon to add a new Battery Meter.

In addition to the new Battery Check, users of the Watch apps will be able tap on the battery meter to see its current charge.

The new Battery Usage Tool will also allow users to see their remaining battery life, if they have any remaining charges on the device.

Users can also check their Apple Watch battery life by entering the battery in the Apple Watch Activity Log or using the new battery meter.

The battery meter shows the percentage of time the battery has been charged.

For more information about Apple Watch and WatchOS updates, check out the company’s Apple Watch blog or watchOS.com.